Bristol Farms sees itself as a lifestyle store with a lot of opportunities to expand its volume base, Kevin Davis, chairman, president and chief executive officer of the 14-store chain, told SN. “Just as natural and organic food stores appeal to people whose lifestyles make them interested in good health, Bristol Farms is a lifestyle store that appeals to people who want to experience food at its highest level — people who like to cook or buy exotic products from around the world. “We ...

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