BOULDER, Colo. -- As the market for natural products has expanded in the United States, so has Wild Oats Markets here, now the second-largest natural-food supermarket chain in the country. An important part of Wild Oats' growth plan and a big contributor to its bottom line, said Mary Beth Lewis, chief financial officer, is its Natural Living section, which comprises vitamins, supplements, herbal products, body care, homeopathic remedies, health-related books and other general merchandise. ...

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