Lots of things are going wrong or have already gone wrong with the government monopolizing this word, “organic”.
First of all, the real organic farmers, the little guys, are all priced out of registering their produce and livestock as officially “organic”. You can buy “unsprayed” produce at your local farmers’ market.
Next, the integrity of large producers’ food labeled “organic” is open to question. The federal government has no particular interest in enforcing any “organic” regulations, so how do you know what’s in the food?
One independent investigator used a drone to look at a few huge “free range” chicken farms. He couldn’t find any free range area or any outside chickens whatsoever. The chickens were all permanently stuffed inside huge feedlot-sized buildings.
It turns out that “organic” cows can eat GMO feed. This makes no sense from an organic agriculture standpoint. If the feed contains glyphosate, so do the cows. If the feed contains formaldehyde as many GMO crops do for some reason, so do the cows and so do the people in turn.
There’s a remedy. You personally should ask your store what their independent third party vetting process is for organic products. Tell them that if their store vetting process boils down to “we just trust the Trump administration every time” then the stuff on their shelves is probably not that trustworthy, is it now. Remember, Ben and Jerry’s/Unilever ice cream was recently found to be contaminated with glyphosate, a carcinogenic herbicide.
Instead of trying to vainly trust a megachain, try moving your dollars to your local natural food store or your local co-op store. They’ll tend to buy local themselves. Locality means that the local farmers won’t want to lose their reputation for food integrity, because basic integrity is everything when you’re local.