SEATTLE -- Organically grown produce is a big deal for Town Country Market here. The five-store Thriftway banner operator is broadening its fresh organics program, a move company officials said is part of a storewide commitment to offering more choices in natural and organic foods. "The company is committed to increasing organic produce and natural foods," said Brian Feller, organic produce specialist. "We want to give people the choice of organic produce to compliment the fat-free and ...

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