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  • The ‘occasional organic shopper’
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The ‘occasional organic shopper’

With patchy growth in the US and Europe, sales of organic food and drink have been shaky in the past few years. New research from Ireland finds that's because only 37% of organic shoppers are actually engaged with the values behind the brand. So why do people buy organic?

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