Supermarkets of all sizes are setting aside more shelf space for organic food products -- especially produce, meat and poultry. Yet not every one of them is opting to go through the expensive and time-consuming organic certification process. The value of certification is the first question retailers need to consider. Under the National Organic Program, only those retailers that process and package organic food items must be reviewed by a USDA-approved, third-party certifier. One of the ...

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