Barely 15 years old, the U.S. organic dairy industry is growing like a strapping adolescent. Industry leaders estimated growth over the last year at 25%-30% to total retail sales of $500 to $600 million. But like a teenager outgrowing new clothes, the category is straining to acquire sufficient supplies to keep up with its growth. Dean Foods, owner of the Horizon Organic brand, blamed an “an industry-wide shortage of raw milk” earlier this year for higher costs of
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