OAKLAND, Calif. -- As grocery operators dedicate more shelf space to increasingly popular organic items, one of the biggest challenges they face is educating consumers and employees about the segment, retailers and industry observers said at a conference here. Informing consumers about such products and training employees about proper handling procedures will become even more pressing as the proposed federal regulations come near to fruition and a glut of manufacturers enter the ...

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