PERTH AMBOY, N.J. -- Bialys, cousins to the bagel, have made a debut at a ShopRite Supermarket here. The addition of bialys is tied to this particular unit's success with bagels, a source at store-level told SN. The store sells an average of about 33 dozen bagels a day. Displayed in self-service bins alongside bagels in front of the service bakery, the bialys retail for the same price as the bagels: 35 cents each, $1.79 for six, and $3.49 for a dozen. Last week bialys and bagels were ...

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