At first glance, organic clothing and supermarkets might not seem a perfect fit. In the right setting, however, a well-thought-out selection of apparel can flatter the even the toughest-minded consumer. H.E. Butt Grocery Co. and Wegmans Food Markets have been carrying small sets of organic clothing for years, while Safeway-owned Dominick's recently added a few items for women and babies at a handful of its Lifestyle units in Chicago, as well as in two Colorado-area stores. H.E. Butt, San ...
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