Aldi Organic Shampoo, organic shampoo and other organic household products are no longer in a pinch because of the federal government’s organic labeling requirements, according to a company spokeswoman.
“Aldi’s organic shampoo is not subject to the new organic labeling guidelines that were enacted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA),” Aldi said in a statement Friday.
The USDA requires the ingredients in organic products to be the same as those in conventional shampoo, conditioner, shampoo, soap and body wash.
The organic shampoo sold in Aldi’s stores is a product of the Swedish company’s organic production and the organic shampoo bought at Walgreens stores is manufactured in Germany, the company said.
Organic shampoo sold by Walgreen is made in the United States, according the company.