Investors aren’t as bullish on public retailers in the nutrition and natural products market as they were in 2013. GNC (GNC), which finished last year with a stock price above $60, is now a sub-$40 stock. In February 2014, Whole Foods Market (WFM) saw comp store sales decelerate for the first time in nearly a decade. GNC and WFM act as bellwethers for their respective categories (dietary supplements and natural & organic foods)—as they go
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