LAKEWOOD, Ohio — Nature's Bin, a small natural food market here, doubles as a training center for people with disabilities and, in the meantime, sells up to $1 million worth of fresh produce a year. Cramped into a total space of 6,000 square feet, the store has nonetheless evolved into what appears to be a full-line mini-supermarket, complete with a chef-run prepared-food program. There's uniqueness in the fact that the store is non-profit, and its full-time, experienced staff trains ...

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