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Consumers’ Desire for Local, Organic Food Drives Online Grocery Business

June 28, 2013 by  
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Source – Press Republican: “Just a few years ago, consumers who were fervent about eating locally-grown and organic foods had to head out to the nearest Whole Foods or farmers market. Now all it takes is a few swipes of the mouse at an online grocer like Door to Door Organics, Relay Foods or AmazonFresh, which last week confirmed it was beginning to roll out its online shopping product beyond its home base of Seattle, opening operations in Los Angeles.”

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[VIDEO] How To Tell If Packaged Food Is Organic

January 25, 2012 by  
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[VIDEO] FOOD FOR THOUGHT: “Organic Food Labeling: How To Tell If Packaged Food Is Organic” @ < >

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Confused by organic food labeling? Author and organic food expert Anna Lappe explains what the terminology means.

Organic Food Labeling: How To Tell If Packaged Food Is Organic

Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish organic food by its packaging. Fresh produce is easier…it either is or isn’t organically grown. But packaged foods are trickier. Here’s what you need to know about organic food labels:

* Look for the USDA certified organic seal. This means at least 95% of the ingredients are organic.

* If you see a label that says 70% organic, that means that 70% of the ingredients are organic.

* If the product has less than 70% organic ingredients, it can’t feature an organic label, so you have to read the ingredients on the package. Don’t be fooled by products that you think are organic because their names or packaging look like they are.

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