FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Steele's Markets here is increasing the number of natural foods products it offers, in existing units and two new units opened this summer. According to Donna Visocky, spokeswoman for the chain, the new unit in Niwot, Colo., has a good selection of natural foods, as do the three units here. "We are mainstream, and we know we have split shoppers who will buy regular groceries from us and then go to Alfalfa's," she said. By offering more natural products, Steele's is ...

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