Natural and organic birds appear to have had their 15 minutes of fame in supermarkets, but in most parts of the country there will always be room for free-range poultry. That's the meat case gospel among retailers, wholesalers and industry analysts interviewed by SN. High price and a lack of understanding about the meaning of the terms "natural" and "organic" are the two reasons they gave for the specialty segment's floundering performance. Most sources said that although consumers may ...

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