Food retailers across the spectrum are responding to soaring consumer demand for health and wellness products by stocking store shelves with items once found only in health food stores, including natural and organic foods, nutritional supplements, low-carb items and more. “The number one trend is the mainstreaming of our concept,” said Jay Jacobowitz, president and founder of Retail Insights (Brattleboro, Vt.), a consulting service for natural product retailers. The presence
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