WENATCHEE, Wash. — Stemilt here has become one of the first major growers to launch a transitional organic label, and according to industry experts, their move may help chart a course that other large farms and orchards could follow to defray expenses while converting to organic production. Shortly after the company announced its decision to convert 100% of its peach and nectarine trees to organic production, it introduced its new Artisan Naturals label, intended to highlight the fruits' ...
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