Fresh and local are among the most important buzzwords in natural food retailing, and the new Capers store in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, uses them to great advantage. The first thing shoppers see when they walk down the stairs of the store's entrance, on the ground level of a residential building, is an expansive local and organic produce section. More than 1,000 square feet of wooden bins overflow with about 80% locally grown products this time of year, including British ...

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