Iceland introduces price parity for organic food

Supermarket chain Iceland announced in June that it will buy almost 40% of the world's organic vegetables to replace conventionally grown produce in its own-brand frozen vegetable ranges by October. It will then consider switching to organic in other food ranges.

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