BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Tops Markets has contracted with a West Coast restaurant operator to run a Chinese restaurant in its international format store here. The new in-store Chinese operation has posted good sales results, according to sources involved in the project. The 69-unit supermarket chain had been operating its own Chinese food programs as an element of its food court, featured in three Tops International format stores unveiled over the last three years. Two of those stores -- in ...

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