Wal-Mart pushes suppliers to churn out organic products

05/12/2006 | NYTimes.com

Major brand manufacturers are rushing to develop organic versions of their products to accommodate Wal-Mart Stores' push into the sector. But advocates for organic foods worry that the retailer's moves will further exacerbate a tight market for organically produced ingredients, and drive manufacturers to source supplies from countries whose organic standards are suspect. Wal-Mart is the biggest seller of organic milk.

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