Consumers care much more about their personal health and wellness now than in the past. As a result, they are buying more Center Store products that cater to their lifestyles. This has benefited the consumer packaged goods health and wellness industry, which had sales of $59 billion in 2002, a 7.3% increase from 2001, according to the Natural Marketing Institute, Harleysville, Pa., a consulting and market research firm. Organic food and beverages accounted for $8.1 billion in sales in all ...
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