SEATTLE (FNS) -- Sampling is taken to a new dimension at the Queen Anne Thriftway units, here. To begin with, the program isn't vendor sponsored, so the "menu" is dictated by the freshness of the day; there are no hired demo people lurking in aisles pressing coupons for unwanted items into the hands of consumers; and perishables are pushed, with produce taking a front-row seat in the action. Dedicated demo space punctuates the commitment to the storewide program. On the day that SN visited ...

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