There's a portentous news article on Page 8 of this week's SN. It cites the prediction that in the next five years or so, as much as 15% of all grocery product sold in conventional supermarkets will be natural and organic product. That would represent quite an increase, given that less than a decade ago such product constituted just 1.2% of product sold. Today, it's about 6.4%. Connect the dots, and you'll see a line that's pointing straight up. Predictions such as that were backed by a ...
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