After rolling out P-fresh remodels that have greatly expanded its offering of food products in most of its stores, and then expanding into Canada, Target’s next big move may be in its more holistic approach to health and wellness. The Minneapolis-based discounter has introduced a new private label featuring natural and organic product, a new crowd-sourced campaign seeking innovations, and several initiatives in both food and nonfood categories that position the company as an ...

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