NATIONAL REPORT The smattering of all-natural grab-and-go places in the big coastal cities is swelling into a wave as consumers' growing preference for organics and additive-free food draws more expansion-minded entrants, including several with a heritage of success in Europe. While homegrown upstarts like the Michael Milken-backed Eaturna or Organic to Go decide how to use their newfound funding, Tesco, the United Kingdom’s cross between Wal-Mart and Whole Foods, is planning a jump ...

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