BOSTON -- Natural foods in this market are amounting to a whole lot more than a hill of beans. While gaining in popularity across the nation, it's here where natural-food departments and natural-food specialty supermarkets are sprouting faster than wheat grass. "Natural Foods are growing big time in the Boston area," said one local observer, who noted that most of the growth is coming from upscale bedroom communities along the Route 128 corridor near Boston, and in the more trendy areas of ...

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