THE MORE DIVERSE WHOLE HEALTH BECOMES, the more assistance retailers can use. It's no longer just about natural and organic foods. Consumers are interested in sustainability, recycling their grocery bags, lowering energy costs, and finding condition-specific foods that are gluten-free and diabetic-friendly. As mainstream supermarkets incorporate more aspects of health and wellness into their product offerings and in-store services, the more they require experts who specialize in the whole ...

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