DUBLIN, Calif. -- Lucky Stores here has remerchandised its ethnic housewares to distinguish items from its regular cookware lines. Starting last November, the chain began rolling out new International Cooking Centers to 90 Southern division stores. An overhead header sign identifies the four- to eight-foot sections that feature in-line Oriental and Mexican cookware. The International Cooking Centers feature Mexican Fiesta and China Village products from Keilen Ltd., Wilmington, Mass., and ...

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