You won't find any sign of the post-holiday blues inside supermarket bakeries, for a new season of profit potential is just getting under way. Department managers keen on prolonging sales beyond the traditional Thanksgiving to New Year's stretch are turning back the clock come January, when they begin merchandising old-time ethnic baked goods in the weeks leading up to Lent. For Carl Reisterer, Sr., owner of Reisterer's Bakery, a three-unit independent and supermarket supplier based in West ...

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