ANAHEIM, Calif. — The recession hasn't crushed the spirit of retailers selling natural products. Retailers and suppliers at this month's Natural Products Expo West show here said that continued consumer attraction to this lifestyle and expanded value offerings from the industry are enabling them to weather the downturn in fairly good shape. “For people who've made the choice to eat natural and organic, it's one of the last things they'll give up,” said Jim “Jimbo” Someck, president and ...

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