POULSBO, Wash. (FNS) -- The scope of organic-produce offerings has been increased at the Nakata Thriftway's Market Place unit here, a shift that required repositioning the section within the three-year-old store so the organic items could be merchandised as a group, in keeping with the chain's organic- produce practice. angle and a globe. Chalk boards hanging in the aisle are used to further identify the expanded offerings and redirect customers to "look behind you" for the organic items. ...

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