ANAHEIM, Calif. -- For several years, "fancy food" products have been getting healthier and "healthy food" products have been getting fancier. That trend was apparent in late March at Natural Products Expo-West here where about 1,500 manufacturers exhibited. They were taking note that major distributors and supermarket retailers were roaming the aisles to find exciting new products in a category they have largely ignored in the past. "Major chains are opening up natural food ...
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