ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Two national supermarket chains are expected to be part of a pilot program aimed at increasing the presence of organic products in mainstream chains. The pilot, called the Grocery Retail Organic Marketing Program, is being conducted by the Organic Alliance, St. Paul, Minn. The chains that will participate will be chosen within the next few months, said Angela Sterns, marketing director for the Alliance. "We'll be soliciting chains, based on their interest and commitment ...

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