Opponents of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision to greenlight the planting of genetically modified alfalfa and sugar beets this spring are using the occasion to rally support for natural and organic foods. “It is only through continued growth and increased market power that we can have a greater impact in Washington,” wrote Robynn Shrader, CEO of the National Cooperative Grocers Association, in a letter to members. The Center for Food Safety, the Washington-based organization ...

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