SEATTLE (FNS) -- In the world of retail food service, the challenge has been to find products that customers will buy within the economic confines of real supermarket operations. One chain, based here, says it believes it has achieved that fine balance between demand and the dollar, a year after expanding one of its three stores. The overhaul, at Queen Anne Thriftway's Admiral Way location, resulted in an additional 13,000 square feet of selling space -- most of which is dedicated to ...

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