HEALTH-MINDED CONSUMERS are reaching past the produce department, beyond the granola and over the Gardenburgers to seize what was once one of the most inaccessible natural/organic categories: beef. The growth is evident at Marsh Supermarkets, Indianapolis, where the company has just launched its new line of "Marsh Premium Gold Ultra Black Angus" all-natural beef. Dewayne Wulff, vice president of meat merchandising, said that a successful summer rollout of Maverick Ranch all-natural meats at ...

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