THERE WAS A TIME, not too long ago, when supply was low, prices were high and there was virtually no promotional activity to support organic produce; only a few consumers even knew what organic meant, so demand, quite naturally, was also low. Teagan Donovan, organic produce buyer/manager for Fairfield, Ohio-based Jungle Jim's, remembers the days when he first began buying organic produce. “I'd look at something and say, ‘That doesn't look very good,’ and someone would say, ‘Well, that's ...
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