WEST NYACK, N.Y. -- The deli and hot food counter at the recently renovated Grand Union supermarket here had a new element last weekend: a large backlit sign over the cases identifying the department as "The Best Takeout Restaurant in Town." am shells and individual desserts. On the first of three tiered shelves were sub sandwiches for $2.99 and $3.99. On the next shelf up were three types of Caesar salad: plain, $2.99; with smoked turkey, $3.99; with grilled chicken, $4.99. On the top tier ...

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