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Hurrah for Poland! I'll start purchasing products produced in Poland, now. We have a good selection available at our local food co-op and local European delis. If I find a Polish item instead of an equivalent non-certified organic American item (ex - jam, honey, pickled beets, bread etc.), I'll buy the Polish product.

I didn't know there were effective bans in the other countries listed, as well. I'll purchase their products, too, and let my friends know.

Posted by Jennifer Christiano
07 January 2013 | 20h00

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