NEW YORK -- The nation's two largest natural foods retailers intend to take additional market share from conventional supermarkets this year by aggressively opening new stores and combatting perceptions that their goods cost more. Whole Foods Markets, Austin, Texas, and Wild Oats Markets, Boulder, Colo., will also compete with one another in more markets than ever before in 2000, executives from the respective companies said in separate sessions at the Banc of America Open Exchange consumer ...

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