In late 2008, the NOSB recommended changes to the organic regulations to include organic pet products that could be labeled consistently with organic labels on human food. A key problem pet food manufacturers face is sourcing non-genetically engineered ingredients in the non-organic portion of the products. Pet food is currently regulated by states as a subset of livestock regulations. Ingredients and additives permitted in pet food are regulated similarly to livestock feed. The NOSB recommended that the product composition requirements for organic pet food be similar to those for livestock, but that labeling categories be the same as for processed human food. They also recommended that the eligible label claims for organic pet food match the same requirements for human food: i.e. a minimum of 70% organic ingredients for a “made with organic” claim, and at least 95% organic content for an “organic” claim.