Organic food back in vogue as sales increase

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Shoppers are now more concerned with the quality of what they eat, say retailers

After years of falling sales, organic food is making a comeback. Supermarkets and food associations say that after a sustained decline, demand for organic fruit, vegetables and dairy produce is on the...

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