FORT MYERS, Fla. — Ada's Natural & Organic Foods Supermarket, a fast-growing natural food chain based here, has experienced an uptick in business this year, which the company attributes to its highly specialized offering.
“People who need certain types of food, such as gluten-free or non-dairy products, can't go in a regular supermarket to get them,” said co-manager Eddie Bonadies.
Sales have also increased in the restaurant, which features a Certified Organic hot buffet and ...
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