Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Increase Americans' consumption of organic food to 10% of all food sales by the year 2010. At least that's what organizers of the "Mission Organic 2010" campaign are shooting for. By this winter, they aim to have a Mission Organic 2010 label on organic product packages in supermarkets and corresponding in-store signage and promotional materials. The Organic Center in Foster, R.I., which sponsors scientific research on organics, developed the ...

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