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Organic foods' sales rose to $40 bn in 2016
  Despite the increased demand,  
    U.S. organic farms are not able to expand
 
Cheap imports have depressed the prices
    and  that has  diminished the rewards
        expected from  the tougher method of
                                        raising organic crops
 
Eight years ago,  a farmer could earn
$11 to $16 per bushel extra  for organic corn
                     as compared to non-organic corn
In the past 2 years,  that premium has
                       diminished  to about  $4 to $8,
                       but the costs have not changed
With such economics,  
                   expansion is out of the question
Organic Food Sales Are Booming;
         American Farmers Crying Foul?
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