SEATTLE -- (FNS) Retailers are using organic selections as bait to lure customers away from other operators, and some here are bringing in outside help to introduce locals to their organic offerings. Town & Country's Central Market Shoreline unit has adopted an integrated approach in which conventional and organic selections are placed side by side on the shelf in an effort to showcase the variety of categories. Central Market is one of the several Seattle-area retailers that invite an ...

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