In the uncertain world of organic supply, Redner's Warehouse Markets walks on sturdier legs. The 38-unit retailer, based in Reading, Pa., has joined with a national grower/shipper to test new ways of merchandising organic produce. Redner's partner in the venture, Earthbound Farm, San Juan Batista, Calif., helped build the section and source product, and assists in merchandising. The display -- in a single, suburban Philadelphia store earlier this year -- is segregated within the larger, ...

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