ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Busch's here has sharpened its edge in the meals market with an increasing variety of hand-crafted prepared foods and is making money doing it, officials said. While the terms "hand-crafted" and "streamlined production" could be mutually exclusive, the retailer has made both happen at an updated central kitchen. Slow-baked baby back ribs, pan-seared chicken breasts and hand-crimped stromboli may pull customers to the prepared-foods case in Busch's stores, but it's the ...

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