Grocery chains are responding to the influence book superstores such as Barnes & Noble and Borders are having with the American public in the periodical category. More chains, such as Riser Foods, Bedford Heights, Ohio, are moving into a boutique reading center concept. They are enlarging and refixturing departments with upscale recessed lighted shelving, oak bookshelves and railings, library-style furnishings and distinctive colors to foster greater browsing. In addition, the 40% to ...

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