SPOKANE, Wash. -- Rosauers Supermarkets here is slowly revamping targeted nonfood departments by enlarging space, adding variety and adjusting retails. The chain projects it will boost nonfood sales by 15% to 20%. Although Rosauers has had a food-and-drug format since the 1960s, "we're moving 'back' into nonfood in a more meaningful way," said Bill Haraldson, executive vice president and chief operating officer. Health and beauty care and general merchandise now represent 12.5% of total ...
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