And the adjective organic could then be used as an attributive modifier of that whole unit, yielding [organic [raspberry [fruit [spread]]]]. That denotes a raspberry fruit spread of the organic type. The very thing I was looking for. What I failed to notice until later is that there is another possibility. Organic can modify a single noun like raspberry. The resultant unit can then itself be used as a modifier of fruit spread. That would yield [[organic raspberry] [fruit [spread]]], denoting a fruit spread of the organic raspberry type. Perfectly grammatical; nothing amiss. The difference is that the stuff referred to by this description needn’t fully satisfy the stringent conditions for being an organic product. Only the raspberries need to pass.