AKRON, Ohio -- Mustard Seed Market & Cafe, a natural-food retailer here, will open up its kitchen and expand its prepared-foods displays at a store it is building in a Cleveland suburb. The most significant changes at the new store, the company's second, are related to on-site-prepared foods in the retail section, said Margaret Nabors, who co-owns the company with her husband, Phillip Nabors. Retail sales of prepared foods have increased so dramatically -- 20% to 25% year-to-date -- ...
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