SN queried shoppers in the Upper Midwest last week to get informal views of natural and organic foods, and why -- or why not -- consumers seek them out in their favorite store. One prime motivator seems to be price, which industry experts say will likely become more compatible with conventional food prices as the category matures. en organic foods, but I really don't know much about them, so I don't pay attention to how much they cost. I just buy the foods that I know I like already. Leah ...

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