During the meeting, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the National Organic Program (NOP) will provide the NOSB with updates, an overview of petitioned substances, sunset materials, and technical reports. The NOSB will also hear public comments grouped by topic. The NOSB members will present subcommittee proposals, reports, discussion documents, and discuss public comments prior to voting on proposals. The public is encouraged to provide written comments via Regulations.gov. Anyone wishing to provide oral comments during the meeting is asked to sign up in advance. Instructions are available here.
If you or a representative of your BPIA member company plan to attend the meeting in person, please let us know by Friday, April 15th here, so you can be a part of the BPIA activities.