WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union's self- described "vision" for taking in some of the fresh takeout-meals market is coming into sharper focus. The 230-unit chain, based here, declared earlier this year that it would dramatically improve its fresh prepared-foods offerings as part of a broader, three-year "Grand Visions" initiative to improve its operations and public image. It has since set up two stores on the outskirts of the New York City area -- in Monroe, N.Y. and West Nyack, N.Y. -- with ...
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