SEATTLE (FNS) -- Kroger's Washington state QFC stores appear to be making an about-face when it comes to positioning natural products. QFC executives have brought natural food items back into the center store fold, taking care to offset their presence with on-shelf signs. Following an extensive remodeling effort of the operator's University Village unit, gone is the boutique department featuring natural items ranging from frozen and refrigerated foods to canned and boxed foods, baby ...

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