It’s been a busy year for anyone involved in whole health. Sales of organic food surpassed $31 billion last year; surging demand for yogurt, energy bars, nut and seed butters propelled sales of specialty foods to $75 billion; and companies looking to enhance their corporate social responsibility reports now have a set of standard metrics from which to measure their progress. Retailers and food companies have been a central part of the action. Some reported record profits, as Whole ...
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