MINNEAPOLIS -- Three retailers in the Twin Cities market are taking their role as whole-health providers to another level with extensive services and educational programs. For Kowalski's Markets, Woodbury, Minn.; the Lunds and Byerly's stores run by Lunds Food Holdings, Edina, Minn.; and Cub Foods, Stillwater, Minn., the price-oriented division of wholesale giant Supervalu, Eden Prairie, Minn., whole-health products have become a profitable part of their merchandising mix. All three ...

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