Retailers around the country said they see sales opportunities this year emanating from the public's growing interest in healthier eating. Natural and organic foods, nutrition centers and wellness centers are what consumers want -- and what supermarkets plan to deliver, several retailers told SN in a survey on growth initiatives. Other retailers enumerated other growth initiatives they are pursuing, including efforts to reduce energy costs, to increase center-store sales by lowering ...

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