Organic consumers are no longer the hippie health nuts of decades past or even the affluent, thirty-something women of just a few years ago. Today’s organic consumers come from all demographic groups and spend more money than ever on organic foods and beverages, according to new data from market research firm The NPD Group and the Organic Trade Association. While the growth in organic purchases is primarily in the retail category, consumers are demanding these offerings more when ...

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