Wal-Mart Eyes Organic Foods
"It's better for the planet, but not from a nutritional standpoint. It's a ploy to be able to charge more for junk food."
- Marion Nestle, professor of nutrition, New York University
Bentonville, AK - Starting this summer, there will be a lot more organic food on supermarket shelves, and it should cost a lot less.
Most of the nation's major food producers are hard at work developing organic versions of their best-selling products, like Kellogg's Rice Krispies and Kraft's macaroni and cheese.