PALO ALTO, Calif. -- For meat and seafood, bigger is proving better at Andronico's Market's eighth and largest store here. The meat department's share of total store distribution is 2% more than the average of the Albany, Calif.-based operator's other stores. And the new seafood department isn't far behind with an improvement of 1.5% of total store dollars over other locations, according to Darren Horton, Andronico's vice president of meat and seafood. Horton told SN he is confident those ...

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