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Can a Market Bloom from Sprouted Seeds?

Can a Market Bloom from Sprouted Seeds?

A close look at the market dynamics for sprouted foods, the bleeding edge of natural products

For years, most people ate sprouted foods for health benefits. The taste left some­thing to be desired, at least for the average consumer. But things are changing quickly and sprouted foods are coming to a su­permarket near you, if they're not already there, entering aisles they've never been in before.

Brands like Food for Life and Alvarado Street have been selling sprouted

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