NORWALK, Conn. -- Japanese retail food executives seeking a cutting-edge hot food program were treated to one at a supermarket operated by Super Grade A ShopRite here. The group of 40 foreign executives toured the hot food operation of a 65,000-square-foot ShopRite store owned by the Cingari family, which also owns and operates two other Grade A ShopRite units in Connecticut. During the tour, the Japanese and American retailers discussed ideas for merchandising hot and cold prepared foods. ...

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