Use of Pesticides on Farms Worries Most Consumers

November 2013
MMR;11/4/2013, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p19
Trade Publication
The article informs that in a survey conducted by the market research firm Lindberg International A/S, on behalf of the organic yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm Inc., 75 percent of the respondents stated that they are worried about pesticides in their food.


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