MILL VALLEY, Calif. -- Mollie Stone's here makes no secret of the fact that it sells more of Grace Baking's branded pugliese, an Italian country bread, than it does of its own. Indeed, when the six-unit, San Francisco Bay-area independent started making its own pugliese and a whole line of other artisan breads about two years ago, it still stacked a multishelf, 3-foot rack high with Grace Baking's artisan breads each day and usually sold them all. It still does. At one store alone, across ...

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