NEW YORK -- The promise of a national standard for organic food products is on the minds of all natural foods and mainstream retailers as they launch promotions and activities in conjunction with April's Organic Food Festival. The educational campaign -- created last year by the Organic Trade Association, Greenfield, Mass. and Organic Alliance, St. Paul, Minn. -- has attracted more than 300 supermarkets and two dozen certified organic manufacturers. It was first held last September as the ...

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