RICHMOND, Va. -- Not even Ukrop's Super Markets gets everything right the first time. Officials at the 26-unit chain here said they've done significant tweaking since they launched their prepared-food program 10 years ago. They also backed off completely from some efforts that fell short of their expectations. Here are some examples: "Sunday Dinner for Six" was expected to be a smash hit, for instance, but it didn't make the grade. The bundled dinner, which was packed up and merchandised ...

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