SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- With a three-tiered approach to private label as its goal, Price Chopper here is developing an upscale line of products under a Central Market Classics label. The label pays homage to the retailer's original name and items currently scattered throughout some of the units include spaghetti sauces in flavors like vodka and roasted garlic, flavored olive oils, cooking wines and salad dressings in flavors like poppy seed and Vidalia onion, Regina Tator, category manager, ...

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