DALLAS — Supermarket shoppers define convenience in many ways, but wellness-minded consumers especially look at a product's message, ingredients and label, according to a panel of experts speaking at the Healthy Foods International Exposition and Conference here. “We're all about fuel,” said Jason Brown, chief executive officer, Organic to Go, a catering company that also operates a chain of stand-alone cafes. “We believe organic food gives your body the opportunity to be in a better ...

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