WEST DES MOINES, Iowa -- Hy-Vee is expanding its use of casual-dining sections in a bid to capture more of the dinner daypart. The latest installment is part of a new store in Milan, Ill. "Even though a lot of the stores do well with evening meals, it's probably our biggest potential for growth," said Ruth Comer, assistant vice president of communications for the 122-store chain. "It's part of the reason for the upscaling and redesign of the dining area." While just about every Hy-Vee ...

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