When buying organic, look for the following regulated terms on food labels:
Food labeled "100% organic" has no synthetic ingredients and can legally use the USDA organic seal.
Food labeled "organic" has a minimum of 95% organic ingredients. It is eligible to use the USDA organic seal.
Food labeled "made with organic ingredients" must contain at least 70% organic ingredients. It is not eligible for the USDA seal. Meat, eggs, poultry, and dairy labeled "organic" must come from animals that have never received antibiotics or growth hormones.