NEW YORK -- Compared to their peers abroad, Americans are among the least likely to regularly buy organic foods, an online study from ACNielsen here found. More than 21,000 shoppers took part in the Global Consumer Opinion Survey, which covered 38 markets in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific as well as Poland, Russia and South Africa. Among the key findings: Only 15% of U.S. consumers reported regularly buying organic products in each of the fresh egg, vegetable and fruit ...

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