HUDSONVILLE, Mich. -- Family Fare Super Markets here has won an award for a dramatic promotion that pushed sales of its paczki up by more than three times, and it will employ a similar effort to tout an Easter product this year, company officials said. Paczki (pronounced poonch-key) are rich, Bismarck-like pastries that have their origins in Poland. Traditionally, the super-rich treats were the last indulgence Lenten observers allowed themselves before Lent. Some supermarkets have been ...

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