ALBANY, Calif. -- Andronico's here held a two-week British food promotion last month that was more successful than others in the past because, for the first time, the advertising circular featured meal-solution ideas, many of them focused on Center Store items. The circular contained a pullout section specific to British foods, showing pairings of foods such as cheese with crackers, beer and mustard and other condiments. It told the story of the origin of "a proper British tea," with ...

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