There's growing talk about the idea of a footprint — not literally, but in the environmental sense: How many resources were used to make the product? How is it packaged? How was it distributed, and how far did it have to travel? As consumers become more attuned to all the aspects of the whole health lifestyle, they're beginning to ask more questions like these, and it might be time for retailers and their manufacturer partners to think about possible answers. “We're going to see a climate ...

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