ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Natural-food sections in supermarkets are becoming the norm, even in neighborhoods that are not necessarily young, boomerish or even upscale. The addition of a Natural Products Day at the Food Marketing Institute's industry convention, which began Saturday and continues through Wednesday morning, demonstrates that the segment is attracting a more diverse consumer base. During today's Natural Products Day program, described as "A Day Devoted to the Exploding Natural ...

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