DALLAS -- Kroger Co. began turning out pan-seared salmon and luscious-looking pork loin at a new chef's station in a high-volume store here this summer, and even in the wake of its chef's departure it continues to cook up a strong meals business. In remodeling the 50,000-plus-square-foot store, the Cincinnati-based chain equipped an area about 8 feet by 10 feet near the meat and seafood departments, at the back of the store with a stove, grill, sink and prep area. The retailer also hired a ...

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