Even the health-conscious can eat sweets, thanks to a small, but growing selection of natural/organic confections on supermarket shelves. Chocolate bars, licorice, gum and other candy are part of the mix, which is being sold in natural store-within-a-store sections, as well as in-line. For instance, a Grand Union Co. store in North Bellmore, N.Y., merchandises three stockkeeping units of Newman's Own chocolate bars -- sweet dark chocolate, milk chocolate with rice crisps and espresso sweet ...

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