CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A coupon for store-baked cookies targeted at kids turned up in an unusual place in an ad for Harris Teeter here late last month: in the midst of a page of coupons for grocery items from General Mills. The coupon, which featured 50 cents off for a dozen cookies from the in-store bakery, is part of a one-store test at the retailer's unit in Atlanta. It was featured along with coupons for 11 General Mills products including cereals and kids-oriented treats like Dunkaroos and ...

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