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You don't just have it at farmers markets anymore,'' said Katherine DiMatteo, executive director of the Massachusetts-based Organic Trade Association, which represents 1,300 companies and organizations with $13 billion in retail sales of organic products.
These organic groups enabled the new zeolites to adsorb some organic molecules, but the zeolites didn't catalyze any new reactions.
If you could choose between a product containing pears, corn syrup, dried corn syrup, sugar, strawberries and artificial color, and one containing organic apples, organic strawberries, natural strawberry flavor, and lemon juice, which would you choose?
With certified organic coffee trading at premiums of 30% to 50% more than the price offered for futures contracts on the common arabica beans, farmers are eager to join the movement.
The new rule "would be a boon for the conventional agribusiness food system which has, for years, sought to eliminate any differentiation in the marketplace that threatens their market share," Fred Kirschenmann, an organic farmer and National Organic Standards Board member,' writes in Rachel's Environment & Health Weekly.
Leading up to Organic Day, 13 of Japan's top organic retailers and 11 organic cafes and restaurants in Tokyo participated in a week-long OTA-organized in-store promotion that highlighted organic products from the United States, and helped to whet the already-growing appetite of the Japanese consumer for organic.
Despite the near total lack of evidence, the number of so-called experts extolling the health benefits of organic foods is large and, arguably, growing.
McDonalds will soon offer fair trade, organic coffee in New England; Kelloggs plans organic versions of popular cereals like Rice Krispies; and regional organic dairies and producers are being swallowed up by larger food and dairy conglomerates who see money in them there nontoxic hills.
Organic Cotton--Cotton grown without pesticides and third party certified.
This is the one thing you can do yourself to make a real impact on the world - you can think globally by acting locally,'' says Scott Meyer, editor of Pennsylvania-based Organic Gardening magazine.
Schen says organic electronics involves a much smaller set of hazardous compounds and materials than more traditional technologies.
Both farm and process inspectors intend to determine if the business or organization's organic process follows an organic plan that will yield organic products.
Last year, Vetter's organic corn tested positive for genetic contamination.
Agriculture Department's new rules governing the production, certification, and labeling of organic foods, which were announced December 20.