AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market readied itself for Valentine's Day weekend with a generous stock of organic roses in all its divisions for the first time, with intentions to push sales all winter. Other natural foods chains and some independents also prepped themselves with as many organic roses as they could get, sources told SN. Indeed, by mid-week before Valentine's Day, the only supplier of certified organic roses for wide distribution -- Organic Bouquet Inc., Novato, Calif. -- was ...

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