CORNUCOPIA, Wis. -- The Cornucopia Institute has filed a consumer fraud complaint with the state of Wisconsin, seeking corrective action regarding Wal-Mart's labeling of non-organic foods as organic. The small-farm activist group said many of the company's misleading signs remain in place, some four months after the group's initial store inspections. New visits throughout Wisconsin found that Wal-Mart stores are still selling non-organic yogurt and sugar identified as organic, and that ...

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