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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
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(Charlotte: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Nancy Snyderman) A Stanford University study finding that organic foods are no more nutritious than conventional choices examined; organic food sales figures and statistics on pesticides and bacteria resistance cited. [WOMAN, MAN – express views.] [Stanford University's Crystal SMITH-SPANGLER†- comments on pesticide residues.] [Tufts University’s Miriam NELSON†- says people should be thinking about knowing where their food comes from.] [Jefferies and Co. Inc. Scott MUSHKIN†- notes millennials {under age 30} are choosing to eat more pure foods.]

Williams, Brian;
Snyderman, Nancy

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