AUSTIN, Texas -- A walk through H-E-B Grocery Co.'s new Central Market fresh foods concept here leads through a forced traffic pattern that evokes the mazelike, show-and-sell approach of a Harry's Farmers Market in Atlanta or a Stew Leonard's in Connecticut. Variety is king in produce at Central Market. There were 10 kinds of potatoes the day SN visited, all the way from gold to purple. There was a wide variety of specialty fruit, and bananas sold at different stages of ripeness. Throughout ...

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