STUDY SHOWS SHOPPERS MORE HEALTH-CONSCIOUS

WASHINGTON -- The trend toward self-care is continuing to grow, as reflected in increased sales of over-the-counter medications and organic foods, and consumers' increasing demand for nutritional information, according to a study released by Food Marketing Institute here and Prevention magazine last week.% a year ago, and 42% have purchased some type of organic food to improve their health.

WASHINGTON -- The trend toward self-care is continuing to grow, as reflected in increased sales of over-the-counter medications and organic foods, and consumers' increasing demand for nutritional information, according to a study released by Food Marketing Institute here and Prevention magazine last week.

% a year ago, and 42% have purchased some type of organic food to improve their health.

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