Americans Buy More Organics, Poll Shows eyed said they have purchased organic foods or beverages in the past year, according to a new report by Mintel Consumer Intelligence. Of those, most are more likely to be found in the Northeast and West than in other regions of the country. The firm's researchers concluded the organic industry has a huge number of consumers who are at least receptive to the idea, combining active shoppers (7%) with occasional purchasers (30%), and those who are ...

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