BOSTON -- The potential is still great for in-store bakeries, a relative newcomer to the supermarket fresh foods line-up. That is according to Eric Berndt, director of bake shop production and sales for Stop & Shop, a 128-unit retailer based here. He has seen in-store bakeries develop and change in his more than 20 years with the company. Berndt, 64, recently announced he will retire from his position May 1 "in order to pursue special interests of my own." On the eve of his ...

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