WASHINGTON -- Some of the supermarket operators at the Natural Products Expo East trade show here earlier this month said they were looking for natural products that they could incorporate into their mainstream sets. The show, which took place Oct. 12 to 14, drew more than 16,000 attendees to see some 900 exhibitors, including many that offered natural nonfood items. Vendors displayed everything from hemp-based lip balm to reusable tampons to aromatherapy candles on two floors of exhibit ...
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