LARCHMONT, N.Y. — D'Agostino Supermarkets here has begun rolling out a new logo, part of an image overhaul that also will include new uniforms and a revamped website, sources said. The 18-store chain, which has most of its stores in Manhattan, has long used a red, black and green logo that resembled the Italian flag. The new logo, featuring a capital D with an apostrophe in white against an orange background, has begun appearing on the company's website, on sales fliers and on some ...

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