DANBURY, Conn. — Stew Leonard's yesterday celebrated the 25th anniversary of its store here, the second of four stores that have attracted international attention for their merchandising innovations. The original location, opened by founder Stew Leonard in Norwalk, Conn., in 1969, became a destination location in Southwestern Connecticut, known for its fresh foods; milk made on the premises; animatronic characters; single, serpentine aisle featuring all of the store’s products; and outside ...

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