In the second part of ABC's The Truth About Organics series, Bill Weir explored the problem of keeping up with the sector's booming growth. The Stonyfield Farm yoghurt dairy in New Hampshire is so strapped for suppliers that it has to import ingredients from 40 different countries--strawberries from China, apple puree from Turkey. Milk from New Zealand may have to be flown in in powdered form: "Burning jet fuel to make yoghurt is a tough reality for this environmentalist."
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