CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter has launched a new prototype store here that showcases its in-store prepared foods and features new elements designed to pump up sales. The new elements, which include a huge offering of prepacked meals, an aggressive demo program and a team of highly trained chefs who constantly interact with customers, are ingredients in a strategy to emphasize both the quality and the value of the fare. A variety of chef-made entrees and side dishes that has more than ...

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