On the eve of the implementation of the National Organic Program, supermarket operators said they don't expect the new rules to immediately affect sales, but they said other issues -- like consumers' growing health-consciousness and the organic industry's efforts to educate consumers about its products -- will continue to push organic dairy sales upward. One particular concern in the dairy department, sources said, is a possible lag in supply of particular products that have been certified ...

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