For consumers seeking health and wellness products, the overall retail experience counts. Retailers and industry experts say there is much to be gained by creating an in-store shopping experience, one that gives consumers options, an enhanced environment and a professional staff focused on individual health needs. That's the point Harvey Hartman, president of Bellevue, Wash.-based The Hartman Group, made when he spoke last month about the importance of providing a wellness shopping ...

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