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Supermarkets are taking a cue from spas and wellness centers and updating their nonfood aisles with a variety of aromatherapy-type air fresheners and home fragrance products. Aromatherapy generally uses essential oils and other fragrant plant compounds to improve a person's health or mood. Conventionally manufactured air fresheners may not contain these oils, but consumer interest is compelling companies

Supermarkets are taking a cue from spas and wellness centers and updating their nonfood aisles with a variety of aromatherapy-type air fresheners and home fragrance products.

Aromatherapy generally uses essential oils and other fragrant plant compounds to improve a person's health or mood. Conventionally manufactured air fresheners may not contain these oils, but consumer interest is compelling companies to develop more imaginative fragrance combinations and exotic scents. The scents

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