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US-Japan Agreement on Organic Food Means Profits

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September 26, 2013
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The US-Japan agreement on organic foods opens up new markets for American and Japanese food products, already a $36 billion dollar combined two-way transfer. Producers see the agreement as a win-win. (Sept.26)


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