Dorothy Lane Market is serious about getting its customers to eat right. The words “Real Food” are found throughout the three stores in the chain — in yellow signs, stickers and badges that urge customers to “Eat Real Food.” The admonition is part of a program, launched a little more than a year ago, that's now recruiting guest speakers from the local professional community for monthly in-store seminars on topics ranging from keeping fit to understanding autism. All of the sessions help ...

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