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U.S. consumers' preferences regarding organic food 2013

Do you prefer organic food when it is available or do you not care?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 27, 2013
U.S. consumers' preferences regarding organic food 2013 This statistic depicts the results of a consumer survey, conducted by Public Policy Polling in February 2013. Americans were polled on their preferences regarding organic foods. The survey revealed that some 43 percent of respondents prefer organic food when it is available.
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Do you prefer organic food when it is available or do you not care?

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