On the eve of the passage of a national rule that will govern the production and labeling of organic foods, the future of the category couldn't look brighter. The number of organic packaged and frozen goods available in Center Store continues to grow and, according to some observers, organics have already gone mainstream. The category, which currently represents only about 1% of the country's total grocery industry, according to New York-based Packaged Facts, is expected to increase to $6.6 ...

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