Move over organic produce -- make room for healthy chips, beverages and cereals. A survey of nearly 200 retailers, manufacturers and allied industry representatives predicts Center Store sales will increase by up to 3% over the prior year, in large part through the introduction of food and beverages aimed at health and wellness, as well as additional organic and all-natural choices. The findings help put a degree of excitement back into the grocery aisles, where the emphasis on selling ...
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