In the cutthroat food business, manufacturers of natural foods choose to carry a butter knife. Ethics play a big part in their corporate consciences, and permeate all aspects of sourcing, distribution and delivery. The latest example of this principle at work is an initiative to form an exchange for certain base commodities like nuts, fruits and grains that fall into spotty supply due to huge increases in demand. The idea is to create a central information point to share the sources of ...

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