LAHAINA, Hawaii -- Foodland Super Market Ltd. makes no secret of how it's concocting Spam musubi or poke or laulau at a new prototype store here. Everything's out in the open -- by design. Wide-open production in all its fresh-food departments, a marketplace look, and a major infusion of service are hallmarks of the 29,000-square-foot replacement store that had its grand opening in May. With those new features, Foodland is aiming to set the store apart in this small town where competition ...

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