The most popular organic lines are fresh fruit and vegetables, according to a survey on consumer attitudes towards organic foods. The research from Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association Group revealed 88% of organic shoppers buy fruit and veg. Dairy produce, cereals and grains, and meat and poultry were also popular, purchased by 51%, 39% and 33% of organics consumers respectively. Around one fifth of the 590 respondents said they bought non-dairy spreads and convenience foods. Some 89% said one main reason they bought organic food was because they thought it was better for them, 80% because it was better for animal welfare, and 74% because it was GM-free. More than half of those who did not buy organics were deterred by higher prices. And some 61% did not know the meaning of organic logos and certification numbers. {{NEWS }}