POINT PLEASANT, N.J. -- Foodtown stores here are reeling in big sales with the Americanization of their own sushi. After the launch of a custom program that features hybrid items like The Great American Chicken Roll, same-store sales have swelled above projections, to 5% to 10% over last year, said officials at Norkus Enterprises here. The company owns and operates six Foodtown stores in central New Jersey. The Great American Sushi Co., as Norkus calls its branded operation, succeeds one ...
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