CHICAGO — Food safety and health concerns play major roles in pushing organic food into the mainstream and driving sales to new heights, a recent study shows. Data gathered in research completed last month by Mintel International Group show that organic food sales have grown a whopping 132% since 2002. What's more, the researchers predict organic food sales will grow 59% between now and the year 2012. With more and more news of tainted food imports, it's not surprising that consumers in ...

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