Over the course of 20 years, Applegate Farms has gone from supplying a handful of small natural food stores to selling its deli products to conventional supermarkets and even a few Wal-Marts. The surging demand for natural and organic deli products isn't likely to settle down anytime soon. Applegate and other natural meat companies are relative newcomers in mainstream supermarkets. It was only a year ago that Wal-Mart introduced a limited assortment of Applegate's products in about 150 ...

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