ATLANTA -- The Supreme Court concept -- the first restaurant-branded food court launched in a supermarket and closed after a year -- provided valuable lessons in what works and what doesn't when it comes to supermarket food service, according to Ira Blumenthal, co-creator and co-developer of the concept. The Supreme Court was launched in 1992 at a Ball's Price Chopper store in Kansas City, Mo., and closed in a year due to some missteps in execution. In an interview last week with SN, ...

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