CHICAGO — Wholesome Goodness, a natural food line that launched as part of an exclusive distribution deal with Wal-Mart Canada in 2010 and rolled out to 200 U.S. supercenters earlier this year, is now available at Rite Aid stores nationwide. Wholesome Goodness recipes are designed to be as nutritionally dense as possible, according to its creators, which avoided 126 ingredients that are commonly used by other food companies including artificial additives, sweeteners, colorings and ...

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