THIS IS NOT your ordinary health food supermarket. When shoppers enter the 28,000-square-foot Ada's Natural & Organic Food Supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., they feel like they're in the jungle. Twenty-foot replicas of rainforest trees tower over grocery departments that include bulk foods, deli, organic produce, personal care and a smoothie and juice bar. But that's not where this nature preserve ends: A 20-foot waterfall gushes down the middle of the store, and a stream runs ...

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