BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Riser Foods, one of the first supermarket companies to put national brands in a food court, is now nearly out of the "food court" business altogether. "We don't even call them food courts anymore," said Fred DiQuattro, director of deli, bakery and seafood at the 38-unit retailer-wholesaler that operates supermarkets under Rini-Rego and Stop-n-Shop banners. The chain, which three years ago installed a Supreme Court -- the pioneering effort to bundle national ...
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