Eager to court eco-conscious consumers and express their own convictions, some operators are seeding cocktail, wine and beer lists with organic products, touting green wine tastings and vintner dinners and taking their own small steps toward reversing the planet’s environmental plight. Certified organic beverages follow the requirements of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Standards Board. They are made from crops raised without most conventional pesticides, ...
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