LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. -- Nature's Northwest here has opened a fresh chapter in food retailing with this month's formal launch of its new prototype. The brainchild of president Stan Amy, the new 42,000-square-foot unit here reinvents the supermarket as a lifestyle store with a wide array of services -- from groceries to gourmet takeout, health care to haircuts, specialty foods to spa treatments. Natural products are melded with more conventional supermarket fare in an unusual setting that ...

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