Of all the organic foods on the market, fresh produce has the longest track record, making it one of the most trusted by consumers for living up to its organic billing. But cracks in that core consumer faith may be starting to appear as more imported organic produce — particularly from China — enters the North American market. While there's no firm record of abuses, concern over whether overseas growers of organic produce are adhering to rigid agricultural standards has long simmered in ...

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