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Wal-Mart eyes even healthier bottom line

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When you’re the nation’s largest retailer — as well as its No. 1 grocer — people pay attention. So when Wal-Mart announced plans this month to add a line of lower-priced organic products to its shelves, condolences were telegraphed to natural foods grocers large and small, including Whole Foods Market, the chain once nicknamed “Whole Paycheck” because of its pricing. But a Whole Foods executive was quick to downplay any effect, citing Wal-Mart’s limited rollout ...

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