ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- In the land of glaciers, Carr Gottstein Foods here is making sure customers know that at least its bagels aren't frozen. The chain pushed off a fresh-baked bagel program in August that now is snowballing in sales, with increases of 60% in the two stores where fresh-baked bagels have replaced bake-off versions of the product. The two units together are selling approximately 2,500 bagels a day, said Steve Neilson, director of bakery for the 23-unit retailer. Carr ...

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