This September 2014 photo provided by Whole Foods shows an example of the company's "responsibly grown" labeling system on California organic seedless grapes.
This September 2014 photo provided by Whole Foods shows an example of the company's "responsibly grown" labeling system on California organic seedless grapes. Ha Lam AP
This September 2014 photo provided by Whole Foods shows an example of the company's "responsibly grown" labeling system on California organic seedless grapes. Ha Lam AP

Got organic? ‘Green’ growers are split over industry-funded ad and promotion program

April 14, 2017 02:14 PM

UPDATED April 15, 2017 07:48 AM

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