PALO ALTO, Calif. -- A design-your-own salad and sandwich station and an antipasto bar are just a few of the fresh-meal ideas that have been introduced on the sales floor of the new 37,500-square-foot Andronico's here. Edna Calilan, the assistant to the president at Andronico's corporate headquarters in Albany, Calif., called the eighth Andronico's -- which opened this summer -- unique. "It's fresher, it's newer, it has more ideas." Calilan said the deli, meat, seafood and produce ...

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