ANDERSON, Ind. -- At its two new 84,000-square-foot superstores, Pay Less Supermarkets here positions frozens as a key option in its grab-and-go meal menu. As reported in the Feb. 5 edition of SN, a marquee draw at both stores, located in Anderson and Lafayette, Ind., is a food court and deli area with its own entrance that churns out prepared, homestyle meals for takeout or eat-in. However, to build on that, the upscale chain also erected large frozen sections centered around a wide ...

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