If a little knowledge really is a dangerous thing, you have to give Fairway credit for teaching its customers about organic foods in such frank, detailed terms. When the independent New York City-based retailer hosted its second "Organic Education Event" in March, about 40 curious customers gathered to listen to a panel of experts arguably more suited for a university symposium on the subject. "We want to educate our consumers, and we're not afraid to tell it like it is," Fairway ...
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