BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Natural Marketplace here unveiled its first Natural Knowledge department within its Natural Living section of a prototype store that opened earlier this month. The section in the Jefferson County, Colo., store carries brochures, pamphlets, books and touchscreen kiosks that pull up information on different topics ranging from recipes to various body ailments, said Sonja Tuitele, spokeswoman. "It's the first step of our re-engineering the Natural Living ...
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