HEALTH AND WELLNESS has been officially declared cured of the recession. Industry statistics show that the organic industry — the benchmark by which all of whole health is measured — grew nearly 8% in 2010. Organic products outperformed their conventional counterparts in several key categories, putting sales on track to break the $30 billion mark. A sunny prognosis for the leading category in the segment bodes well for all products and services under the health and ...
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