PORTLAND, Ore. -- Frozen fruits and vegetables grown and processed by Stahlbush Island Farms, Corvallis, Ore., have earned the right to use the ecologically friendly labels of The Food Alliance here, a nonprofit organization that recognizes and rewards farmers who produce food in environmentally and socially responsible ways. The Food Alliance made the announcement following its annual meeting late last month. Stahlbush Island Farms' frozen products can be found in 500 grocery stores in ...

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