Natural food stores -- those purveyors of everything from organic produce to natural cereals to preservative-free dry groceries -- may present more opportunity than direct competitive challenge to conventional supermarkets. At least that's the current thinking of a number of supermarket operators who have gone head-to-head with the natural food stores and are now beginning to see some of that business flow back their way -- provided they can tailor their mix properly to win back the ...

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