NEW STORE CONSTRUCTION EMPHASIZES FRESH: FMI WASHINGTON — Olive bars, sushi stations and more extensive health and wellness offerings are increasingly part of today's supermarket, according to a retailer poll by Food Marketing Institute. At least half of respondents said they installed such elements in new stores, while nine in 10 companies stated they're featuring fresh seafood, delis, prepared takeout foods and aisles or sections devoted to ethnic offerings in the supermarkets being built ...
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