Busch's Supermarkets' new store in Rochester Hills, Mich., is kind of like a test kitchen for the retailer. The 46,000-square-foot store, which opened in May in an upscale suburb north of Detroit, has been a launching pad for products that, up until now, have not been offered at the retailer's 11 other stores. A handful of items, including organic cheeses and deli meats, exotic produce and prepared seafood items, have gone over so well here that the retailer plans to make them available at ...
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