ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The apple never falls far from the tree. This is especially true for Tree of Life. The natural and specialty food distributor's well-rounded approach to whole health branches out to its independent supermarket alliances, including Hugo's Family Marketplace, Grand Forks, N.D., and Lund Food Holdings, Edina Minn., the 20-store chain under the Lunds and Byerly's banners. Tree of Life services about 7,000 grocery store locations, and its combination of customized ...

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