The appetite for many organic commodities and ingredients is already exceeding the supply, forcing product makers to carefully guard relationships with their growers. Domestic growers, meanwhile, are pulling all they can from the ground, and embarking on the expensive, three-year conversion process required for organic production.
With Wal-Mart Stores now muscling into the movement, something's got to give, and experts say that change will most likely come in at least one of three forms: ...
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