NEW YORK — Consumer attitudes about natural and organic products, as well as the environment, are decidedly mixed, according to Parade magazine's 2007 What America Eats Survey, which was released last week. Only 8% of respondents said it was “very important” for a product to be organic, vs. 34% who said it was “not important at all.” All-natural products carried a little more weight with respondents, 15% of whom said it was very important for a product to be all-natural, vs. 15% who said it ...

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