NEW ORLEANS -- On the eve of the implementation of the new organic regulations, speakers at the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit 2002 emphasized that retailers and suppliers should look upon the changes as a plus. More sales of organics can be expected because the regulations will bolster customers' confidence that what's called organic is really organic, and the rules will -- just by calling attention to organic products -- increase the number of crossover customers, the ...
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