Don't have an organic cow, but there's a bit of a supply problem with milk. While grocers have not yet run out of product, deliveries have been cut back after demand began to seriously outstrip supply late last year. "There is record demand and record sales," said Eric Newman, vice president of sales for Organic Valley, the organic dairy co-op in LaFarge, Wis. "We're disappointing a lot of people." The company has a moratorium on bringing on new customers until this spring, while current ...

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