Mustard Seed Market & Café, an icon of natural and organic food retailing in northeast Ohio, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a remodel, and a tighter focus on its already strong prepared food program. One big change is an increase in space for presenting the company's in-store cooking, and its increased variety of all-natural deli meats. “We're leading with our strength,” Phillip Nabors, who with his wife, Margaret, owns the two-unit ...

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