Popularity of organic products may have downside

05/31/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

The explosive demand for organic food from consumers and mainstream retailers, including Wal-Mart Stores, has led to a ramping up of production by farmers and ranchers. Some observers believe the trend will result in lower prices for organic foods and benefit producers, while critics worry that the growth will damage the quality of organic products and hurt small businesses.

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