Certified organic 'thing of the past' in Mississippi?
Maybe, maybe not. But the idea of it certainly caught a lot of organic growers by surprise at last week's Mississippi Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association conference in Vicksburg.
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Since: Feb 11
Pale Blue Dot
#1 Nov 26, 2011
Do they make organic junk food?
"For 2011 Mississippi has claimed the title of fattest state for the sixth consecutive year,...
Alabama remained in second place, while Tennessee dropped from last year’s tie with Alabama down to fourth place."
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