Haggen Expands Gourmet Coffee en Inc. here is resetting its coffee aisle to capitalize on the growing popularity of gourmet coffees in the Pacific Northwest. The 13-store chain is adding another premium brand, Seattle Best, a gourmet whole-bean coffee that is priced about $1 a pound more than the chain's existing Millstone gourmet coffee, to its coffee assortment. It is also adding a whole bean private-label line, according to Duane Smith, a buyer for Haggen. To make room for the ...
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