The health and wellness movement, which started in sleepy little granola shops decades ago, is today transforming retail food distribution. Few supermarket chains have chosen to ignore the sea change that has occurred among food shoppers as they become increasingly aware of the correlation between maintaining good health and eating healthy foods. Jay Jacobowitz, president of Retail Insights, Brattleboro, Vt., calls it a “strategic imperative” at this point for supermarkets to be embedded ...

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