BALTIMORE -- Organic produce and natural-food items are finding their way onto traditional supermarket operator's shelves with greater volume and velocity, according to a recent study conducted by the Vegetarian Resource Group here. The group surveyed 12 major retailers, representing 1,800 units. It said the results of the survey indicated that the offering of vegetarian and organic products carried by traditional operators has greatly increased over the past two years. This is in direct ...

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