Change is easy to spot when it’s written in large letters on a storefront. That was the case earlier this month when the darkened sign that once distinguished a Borders bookstore in Yorba Linda, Calif., was replaced with the logo for Sprouts Farmers Market. It was the natural food chain’s latest store opening and one of five scheduled for 2012. The symbolism isn’t lost on the investment community. “There is more interest in the natural and organic sector, be it ...

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