In Boston, organic food is increasingly popular.
A recent ABC News poll found that a majority of residents want to see the city adopt organic food labeling by the end of the year.
ABC News found that more than 40 percent of respondents in Boston’s largest city said they have never heard of organic food before.
In Boston, it’s becoming harder to find organic food on store shelves, so a new survey found that the city is among the first cities in the country to make it easier for people to find a local organic food shop.
Organic food stores are being forced to expand by the city.
In addition to a new food stamp program, Boston is also adding more stores to its “supermarket city” plan, which allows consumers to purchase organic goods at more than 300 of the city’s grocery stores.
The program, which is meant to increase the city “green” count, is meant as a way to help increase the number of organic products available in the city, according to the city website.
The new citywide food stamp expansion is designed to help local residents purchase the products that they need at less than the cost of conventional grocery store produce.
The new program also allows consumers who live in the suburbs or rural areas to buy groceries that have been certified organic.