UK: Iceland supermarket chain buys 40% of world organic vegetable crops
The Iceland supermarket chain, which was the first to ban genetically modified (GM) ingredients from its own brands in the UK, have bought up nearly 40% of the world's organic vegetable crop to meet growing demand. More surprising is the announcement that the chain have promised to absorb all extra costs, and promise their customers organic foods at current non-organic prices.
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