CHICAGO -- Supermarkets have the advantage in fulfilling the demand of whole-health shoppers through the sheer depth of their products, selection and services. The challenge, however, is to leverage the broad resources available across the entire store spectrum. About 100 retailers, distributors and suppliers who attended the Whole Health Solutions Conference here last month focused in on integrating the food-nutrition component with nonfood and pharmacy. Jointly sponsored by the Food ...

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