MINNEAPOLIS -- A national consumer activist group has introduced a radio ad campaign as part of its efforts to halt Land O'Lakes' sales of dairy products produced with milk from cows injected with synthetic growth hormones. Executives at the dairy cooperative based here, however, say they have no plans to tell suppliers not to use the drug and have noticed no effect on sales from the radio campaign. Food & Water Inc., Marshfield, Vt., planned to air its radio ad, complete with a catchy ...
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