NEW YORK — San Francisco is the U.S. City with the highest percentage of organic consumers among its population (35%), followed by Seattle (32%), Portland (27%), Washington (26%), Denver (26%) and San Diego (24%), according to a new Scarborough Research report. The figures represent the percentage of adults who used organic foods in the past month; 17% of all U.S. adults are organic users. Scarborough measured 79 local markets and identified 23 as markets that have an above-average ...

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