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    Pediatricians raise doubts about the benefits of organic foods

    The nation's leading group of pediatric doctors on Monday questioned the nutritional benefits of products of the booming $30 billion organic foods industry, raising doubts about the superiority of organic offerings for the second time in the past month.

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