Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Organic Struggles in China

"The US market for organic foods is expanding into traditionally improbable markets like Middle America -- predictably raising concerns about the Wal-martization of organic food. The industry to fill that demand is booming as well -- but in a location that is somewhat unlikely, and yet in some senses altogether predictable: China. Chinese organic produce, milk, and even livestock are serving demand thousands of miles away."

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