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  • Chinese shoppers go organic
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Chinese shoppers go organic

Organic produce might only make up 1% of China’s food market, but that figure has tripled since 2007. After years of food scandals saw the country named the world’s worst violator of food regulations, an increasing number of consumers are going organic for peace of mind.

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