THE ORGANIC movement made big strides in 2006, bringing organics to the attention of mainstream consumers. Notoriously expensive and hard to find, 2006 brought these products within reach of the average consumer — both in price and availability. Many traditional food retailers have already joined the organic movement themselves, bringing these products into their stores and adding organic private-label lines. But nothing illustrated the shift toward widespread acceptance of these products ...

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