POULSBO, Wash. (FNS) -- The most remarkable aspect of the deli department at Nakata Thriftway's 65,000-square-foot Market Place unit, here, is that there is not a slicer in evidence, there is not a counter person with a scoop in hand, indeed there is no deli counter. Instead the operator relies on a self-service format when it comes to chilled meal-solution offerings. More than 30 feet of refrigerated self-service case merchandises everything within a well and two decks. Entrees, gravies, ...

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