The birth of a child, the development of a health condition or a newfound concern for local rivers are among the concerns that might bring customers to the natural and organic table. But, retailers are finding that the longer customers linger, the more likely it becomes that their interest in natural and organic foods will spread to related products. And, as they become more effective and less expensive, all-natural household cleaners are becoming an increasingly important category for ...

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