STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stop & Shop Cos. is serving up a fresh food court approach for its home-meal replacement strategy The chain is taking the new direction just a year after launching its first self-service hot buffet with limited seating at its flagship store in Quincy, Mass. Now, at its latest store, here, it has switched to service for its hot menu, and has added fresh touches that include open wok cooking by an Asian chef, and a made-to-order Caesar salad station. A seating area ...

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