Nap Time is Over for Baby Food. A number of imaginative products, many of them organic, are starting to reawaken category sales. “I think what is happening now is pretty amazing,” said Dave Bennett, co-owner of Mollie Stone's Markets, Mill Valley, Calif. “I think it is only going to grow and grow.” Bennett's optimistic outlook is all the more telling because the chain used to sell baby food grinders. “Our roots are in the health food business,” he noted. “We held classes and would teach ...
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