MADISON, Wis. -- Organic dairy products are no longer confined to the province of health food stores, cooperatives and the rare retailer, and are moving into the mainstream grocery channels, concluded a panel of experts during the American Cheese Society Conference held here last month. As a result of increasing demand, suppliers have been able to shed their low-tech, "back-to-the-earth" image, and break through minimal production volume and limited distribution barriers. According to ...
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