BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Markets here last week said it is pursuing several initiatives to reverse losses posted in the fiscal fourth quarter and year ended Jan. 1. The natural/organic retailer said it was expanding its offerings to include more gourmet, kosher, gluten-free and other fare that previously wouldn't have fit its stringent definitions of natural or organic. The move, which has been tested in some locations, is slated to roll out in the second quarter and is designed to lure ...
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