PENNINGTON, N.J. — Pennington Quality Market, an upscale, single-unit supermarket here, has seized opportunity after opportunity to grow its perishables departments. As the family-owned business turned those opportunities into realities, it boosted its image as well as to its top and bottom lines, Michael Rothwell, company vice president, told SN. The ventures include taking over a floral shop next door, hiring a former restaurant owner to create unique soups that have added ...

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