Wild game from alligator and emu to rattlesnake and venison -- seen by many as healthy red-meat alternatives -- is growing in select markets, though most of the country still winces at the accompanying price tags and evinces a lack of interest. "I think people who are health conscious, work out and want to take in a high amount of protein are looking for new products," said Marty Venable, meat and seafood manager at a Whole Foods Market-owned Bread of Life store in Plantation Fla. Venable ...
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