Sales growth in organic produce has become as reliable as the sun rising over the fields each morning. And last year was no different, according to the latest figures from the Organic Trade Association, which showed a 13% sales increase in 2012. Yet reports point to numerous hurdles that retailers and suppliers must overcome if they hope to maintain this robust growth. “The decision to purchase organic is wrapped up in an overarching desire to support sustainability, but ...
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