Well, it depends on the year. A look at how new product activity has shifted in the organic category. 2003 No. of new items 1,601 New item sales $77M % of organic sales 4.8% NEW ITEM COMPOSITION: Fresh produce 27% Snacks 21% Milk 10% Other 42% 2004 No. of new items 1,856 New item sales $59M % of organic sales 2.7% NEW ITEM COMPOSITION: Fresh produce 18% Milk 9% Soups 8% Primal meats 7% Coffee 6% Yogurts 6% Other 46% 2005 No. of new items 1,912 New item sales $72M % of organic sales ...

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