When retailers knock down walls and open up production areas, they create theater on the store floor -- and the show becomes a destination for customers who appreciate freshly made food and live action. The disciples of showtime wouldn't make food any other way. Rotisserie ovens, tortilla machines, doughnut makers, grills -- they all play important parts as merchandisers of freshness. At Holiday Market, Canton, Mich., customers walk in the door and react to the sights -- and the smells. ...

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