ATLANTA -- Grocers looking to bowl shoppers over in the breakfast aisle may want to go out and buy a brand-new, big bowl. Shoppers queried during an SN visit to Atlanta-area supermarkets said they are gravitating toward the newer, larger supermarkets springing up throughout this fast-growing metropolis. Concerning the breakfast aisle, shoppers said, the newer stores mean better selection. Shoppers also feel better in the newer stores because they appear to be cleaner, they told SN. "It's ...

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