BEDFORD, Texas — Minyard Food Stores is stocking thousands of new imported groceries in a vast international food department being tested in one store here. The department spans 240 linear feet in the front of a 70,000-square-foot Carnival-banner store, adjacent to produce. More than 3,000 dry groceries are merchandised in low-profile shelves. Most of the items are imported, and about two-thirds are new to Minyard's shelves, according to Bob Highsmith, the chain's marketing senior vice ...

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