Dana Hunsinger Benbow
usatoday.com
July 8, 2012

There’s shower gel made from carrots. Egg-white protein powder. Diapers with no chlorine. Medjool dates and dried papaya.

This isn’t some exotic, hippy supermarket au natural. This is Kroger, one of the largest mainstream grocers in the nation.

“Used to be this was all very faddish,” said Gregg Proctor, who heads up natural foods for Kroger’s central division, which includes Indiana. “Not anymore. We’re adding new items constantly because if we don’t get it when it comes out, our competition will.”

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