WASHINGTON, D.C. (FNS) -- A broad group of consumers is concerned about the integrity of organic standards, according to the results of a new survey conducted for the Environmental Media Services by Lake, Sosin, Snell, Perry & Associates. The survey's backers said the results should dispel the notion that only a small section of the population is worried about organic standards. "The organic food market is one of the nation's fastest-growing industries," said Arlie Schardt, the firm's ...
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