LAKEWOOD, Colo. — In the latest sign of optimism about the prospects for growth in the natural-and-organic category, Natural Grocers here last week said it would seek to raise up to $115 million through an initial public  offering. The family-owned company is parent of the 54-unit Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage chain, a small-format concept merchandised heavily toward vitamins and nutritional supplements but also offering a selection of natural and organic perishables and ...

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