CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Wild Harvest here is bolstering its health-oriented reputation by creating fresh dishes targeted to alternative diets. The three-store natural-food supermarket format, operated by Star Market here, is also teaming up with a nonprofit traditional-food educational organization to promote healthier home cooking. Wild Harvest identifies a number of dishes sold from Harvest Table, its prepared-food section, as developed with special attention to health-conscious consumers. ...

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