SEATTLE (FNS) -- The addition of natural and organic products to the offerings of traditional supermarket retailers is only increasing interest in Whole Foods Markets, the company told shareholders at its annual meeting here last week. While traditional supermarket retailers are picking up the top stockkeeping units that Whole Foods offers, those retailers are creating a "gateway" to Whole Foods, John Mackey, chairman, president and chief executive officer of the Austin, Texas, chain, told ...
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