High-tech meets high touch in the perishables departments of Andronico's Market's recently opened unit in Walnut Creek, Calif. Within a food-service power alley that employs an honest, traditional feel in the merchandising, the usage of state-of-the-art equipment helps the operation maintain today's emphasis on efficiency and flexibility. Here, there are induction burners in the cook-to-order station, self-service scales designed to print UPC labels in both the produce and seafood ...

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