Retailers are preparing for increased demand for organic groceries and frozen foods now that the long-awaited proposed national organics regulations have been released. J.B. Pratt, president of Pratt Foods, Shawnee, Okla., which has aggressively promoted organic foods, expects business to boom, even before the final regulations are passed or a national certification seal appears on grocery products. "The main thing is 'top-of-mindness,' " he said. "It's on the front page of the newspaper, ...

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