AUSTIN, Texas -- The Organic Trade Association appears perfectly positioned to serve as a resource to help retailers and others understand the new organic standards and apply them in the best way for business. Not accidentally, the OTA, based in Greenville, Mass., will host its first trade show and conference this week -- not even a month after the new USDA regulations became effective, and 17 months before full implementation. "All Things Organic," the association's premiere trade show ...

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