Isely said the company is projecting comps “in the mid-single digits” going forward. “Awareness of organic foods and natural foods is increasing, and [consumers] will continue to realize the advantage that natural and organic foods give them in their diet,” he said in the CNBC interview. The company said it expected to raise more than $50 million in the offering to fuel its growth plans. It offered about 7.1 million shares, including about 3.5 million that were ...

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