UK: Top supermarkets back call for more organic farming, Tesco fails to join campaign
Seven of the country's top supermarket chains - who between them control more than a third of the UK's grocery retail share - are supporting a campaign for a massive increase in organic farming. But the UK's largest retailer, Tesco , which recently committed itself to £1bn worth of organic sales by 2005, has so far failed to give its support.
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