Organic payback

Major, Meg
April 2003
Progressive Grocer;4/1/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p60
Trade Publication
Suggests U.S. retailers the importance of promoting and positioning organic fruits and vegetables to get a healthy share of the booming market. Annual growth of the organic industry since 1990; Expected increase in the sales of organic products by 2005; Estimated percentage of all supermarkets in the U.S. that carry at least some organic fruits and vegetables.


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