Concern for environmentally friendly products in supermarkets is starting to take hold on the nonfood side of the store in a big way. While items like compact fluorescent lightbulbs and rechargeable batteries now are prominent in their categories, consumers also are shying away from more chemical-laden products like pesticides, and becoming more careful about flea and tick products for their pets, as well as with health remedies such as those for coughs and colds. Nonfood Center Store items ...

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