VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Zupan's Markets, a five-store, upscale operator based here with stores in the Portland, Ore., market, is in the process of evaluating the sales performance of a broad selection of natural and organic health and beauty care items that the company has been testing for the past several months. To make room for the items, the stores removed some of the slower-selling, national-brand HBC products, according to Jim Kane, director of retail systems, who also oversees nonfood ...

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