ELSTORF, GERMANY - JANUARY 07: Workers at the Schoenecke organic-accredited poultry farm packing chicken eggs on January 7, 2011 in Elstorf, Germany. Organic farmers across Germany are likely to ... more 
ELSTORF, GERMANY - JANUARY 07: Workers at the Schoenecke organic-accredited poultry farm packing chicken eggs on January 7, 2011 in Elstorf, Germany. Organic farmers across Germany are likely to benefit from the current dioxin scandal that is forcing at least 4,000 non-organic poultry, hog and other farms nationwide to suspend deliveries for the time being. Authorities suspect the north German firm Harles and Jentsch of supplying up to 3,000 tonnes of dioxin-tainted fatty proteins to 25 animal feeds producers. Though so far the majority of farms affected are in the state of Lower Saxony, the scope of possible contamination is spreading and now includes 11 German states. (Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images) less 
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