PHILADELPHIA -- Supermarkets here in the City of Brotherly Love take neighborhood marketing seriously and they're putting down roots with fruits and vegetables. Two chains that SN has observed in particular have driven sales by customizing their produce mix and displays for their part of the city and they've found that cranking up customer service in the well-traveled produce aisle reseeds their ties to the community. Pathmark, known for its commitment to opening stores in the inner city, ...

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