Blue Lemon originally was envisioned to be a restaurant where Lychelle Day could take her family for a healthful vegetarian meal near her home in Highland, Utah, a rapidly growing suburb of Salt Lake City. For years residents of the tiny, affluent Highland area had to drive about 30 miles north to Salt Lake to find restaurants offering anything resembling healthful food. But as the stay-at-home mom watched the area almost double in size from 8,500 residents in 2000 to more than 15,500 ...

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