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October 2011 Issue

Organics, from Country to Country

Walk down any supermarket aisle and it’s clear that organics are gaining shelf space by leaps and bounds. In fact, there’s now an organic option for almost any conventional item. No longer a newcomer to the market, organic food has gone from grass roots to big business. Demand is so high that many U.S. companies are turning to organic food produced in other countries.

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