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Organic food & beverage producers unite behind non-GMO

Organic food & beverage producers unite behind non-GMO

Sales of natural & organic food & beverage rise 8% in 2010 on a groundswell of support for purer products, with notable advances made by organic through its non-GMO labeling initiatives. Macroeconomic shifts away from Wall Street toward farming point to continued support, as organic begins to finally deliver the research necessary to justify its economic and, perhaps, health benefit.

Irrational. Privileged. Romantic. Dangerous. These are all descriptors of the organic food movement from the mind of Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, chairman of the board at Nestl&e

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