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Organic, Inc.: Natural Foods and How They Grew Organic, Inc.: Natural Foods and How They Grew

by Samuel Fromartz

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"In Organic, Inc., Samuel Fromartz gives us a uniquely American story -- the emergence of Big Organics from humble origins in small, counterculture farms. Fromartz writes with the passion of an organic partisan, but his account of the pros and cons of Organics, Big and Small, is unusually balanced, honest, and compelling." 
--Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics 

"Sam Fromartz has the ability to transform an important subject into an interesting one, as he does with this vivid, vital book, Organic, Inc. No, it's not a new wave or diet book. It's a book that will alter the way we think about what we eat and the business forces that shape what we eat." 
--Ken Auletta

"With one eye on organic food's past and one eye cast on its future, Samuel Fromartz has a comprehensive vision of an industry at a crossroads. Here is a voice that reminds us of our power as consumers. Anyone reading Organic, Inc., will be inspired to put his money where his mouth is." 
--Dan Barber, chef/owner of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns