Organic produce: U.S. consumer preference for country of origin labeling 2014

U.S. consumer preference for country of origin labeling on organic produce in 2014

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 27, 2014
Organic produce: U.S. consumer preference for country of origin labeling 2014 This statistic depicts U.S. consumer preference for country of origin labeling on organic produce in 2014. The survey revealed that 66 percent of respondents would prefer that the labels on organic produce indicated where the produce was grown and where it was processed.
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U.S. consumer preference for country of origin labeling on organic produce in 2014

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