BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. -- Price Chopper is brewing interest with fresh-roasted coffee beans in its produce aisle. Just weeks after putting in a bulk display of Gourmet's Choice coffee beans in 10 varieties, officials at the single-unit independent said they're happy with sales. "We'd had it less than two weeks when I had to reorder. I was surprised. We'd sold out of two varieties, the lighter roasts, and Hawaiian hazelnut had a pretty good-sized dent in it," said Joe Pieper, produce manager, ...

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