WASHINGTON — The Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Services is developing a new report to help consumers compare the cost per serving of promoted organic and conventional fruits and vegetables. The report will utilize data from the Agricultural Marketing Services Market News reports, which tracks the weekly prices of promoted fruits and vegetables at retail as well as other market data, according to Audrina Lange, assistant to the director at USDA AMS Fruit ...

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