DALLAS -- 7-Eleven here has begun selling organic cookies at 600 stores in Southern California, Dana Manley, a spokeswoman for the chain, told SN. This is not the chain's first foray into the organic market, Manley said. Several stores in Colorado have also been testing an organic tea. The move represents a victory for supporters of the natural foods movement as the convenience chain has never been cast at the forefront of the trend toward healthy living. Manley pegged the typical 7-Eleven ...

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