TALLINN - In the decade-and-a-half that the Baltic states have freed themselves from communist rule, extraordinary changes have taken place in consumption habits, which is not unusual considering there was barely anything to consume in the waning days of the hammer-and-sickle. With more money to spend and the luxury of considering the options 's not always cheap 's for healthy living, one trend that has caught on recently is organic and health foods. In Estonia, Looduspere Pood (literally, "Natural-Family Store") has headed the influx of such products.After living in Hamburg for eig...
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