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Organic food and drink sales rise to record levels in the UK
by Rebecca Smithers, Consumer Affairs Correspondent
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7 February 2018
On 7 February 2018 The Guardian reported:
Sales of organic food and drink in the UK rose by 6 per cent last year to a record 2.2bn British pounds, fuelled by strong growth through independent outlets and home delivery which outpaced sales in rival supermarkets. In a sixth year of consecutive growth, sales have bounced back after plummeting following the recession. Last year's 2.2bn British pounds figure -- up from 2.09bn pounds in 2016 -- beats the pre-recession all-time high of 2.1bn pounds in 2008.
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