I'm not sure whether I have really good data on that. Our sense is that we're feeding our own people within the organic market, with about 75% coming from the U.S., mainly in the produce sector. Some of that is understandable because of our winter, but we know our export potential is not being realized to any extent at all. There is a great demand in the U.S. for our exports, but the barrier there is the lack of processing capacity on the scale it would need to be at to accommodate our lack of processing capacity.
I've worked on this in beef, in dairy, and in frozen vegetables, in trying to arrive at some sort of processing capacity that would match the acreages and numbers of heads we have available, and to be able to put it together. It's very difficult because you have to build it from the start.