LONDON -- British food retailers want to make sure their private-label sales don't suffer as consumers increasingly switch to organic foods. So they're launching their own versions. Almost all the U.K.'s leading food retailers now have extensive private-label lines of organic foods. In addition to fresh vegetables and meats, these lines include dairy products such as cheese, milk and yogurt; fresh juices and breads. Industry executives told SN the companies plan to consistently expand ...

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