ROGERS, Ark. -- A fresh meals/specialty food market in the genre of EatZi's and New York's Dean & DeLuca has been launched here by the man who helped pioneer Wal-Mart's SuperCenter concept. Richard Donckers, who served as vice president of food retailing for the retail giant until he left in 1993 to form his own consulting company, launched the new meals store concept with two business partners. His consulting firm, Retail Strategies International, also based here, will oversee the ...

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