According to a new study in the Journal of Community Policy & Marketing.

Regulatory companies have refused to settle the presssing concern but could be under new pressure from consumer lawsuits, according to a new study in the Journal of Community Policy & Marketing. Customers don't agree on a definition either, however clearly think that 'natural' is important, writes author Ross D http://www.inhisimagefamilymedicine.com . Petty . In 2009 2009, 30 percent of newly released foods claimed to be natural but by 2013 this dropped to 22 percent, probably due to an increase in the number of consumer lawsuits. Lawyers are willing to take instances which regulatory companies have abandoned increasingly.