MILL VALLEY, Calif. -- Mollie Stone's Market, a small, independent supermarket company based in this cradle of the alternative-medicine movement, is opening its first dedicated "wellness center." But unlike the many large chains that are rolling out similar departments, Mollie Stone's, whose stores offer a wide range of health-food items in addition to a full mainline grocery assortment, is taking steps to ensure shoppers are as well informed as the shelves are well stocked. The wellness ...

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