CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 08, 1970
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(Studio) Pesticides have sparked organic food movement
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(No location given) Organic food lovers seek food that hasn't been sprayed or fertilized. [Store owner Richard TOWNLEY - says business great; people getting into organic food.] [WOMAN - says extra trouble worth health.] [Organic farm manager Edith GLEIS - says farming style not new.] ["Organic Gardening and Farming Mag." editor Robert RODALE - says organic mvt. just starting.] [Agriculture Department George West IRVING - says tests show no difference between chemically-fertilized and organically-fertilized food.] Organic foods taste better.
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd
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