AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market became the first major supermarket chain in the nation to get organic certification for each of its 140 stores, and certifiers say several more supermarket chains are in the process of getting certification as well. The commitment is seen as a significant undertaking because it requires strict record keeping and segregation of products on a store-by-store basis. Some retailers have chosen to take a more customized approach to certification by starting ...

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