EXPO EAST 2005

WASHINGTON -- The natural foods industry -- much of it centered on fresh items -- is poised to grow even more quickly in the coming years, as health care costs increase and Americans are compelled to seek out alternatives to traditional medical care.Speaking at Natural Products Expo East here, Lawrence Chimerine, managing director and chief economist of the Economic Strategy Institute, pointed out

WASHINGTON -- The natural foods industry -- much of it centered on fresh items -- is poised to grow even more quickly in the coming years, as health care costs increase and Americans are compelled to seek out alternatives to traditional medical care.

Speaking at Natural Products Expo East here, Lawrence Chimerine, managing director and chief economist of the Economic Strategy Institute, pointed out that short-term threats to the economy include the costs associated with the Iraq war,

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