HEBER CITY, Utah — Like U.S. supermarkets everywhere, Days Market here draws a lot of traffic in the week leading up to Memorial Day from shoppers planning their first big weekend of the summer. “We're situated between two reservoirs, and there are just tons of fishing cabins all along,” Steven Day, co-owner and vice president of the two-unit independent, toldSN. “So on that weekend, people are picking up food and supplies. They're going camping, fishing, having picnics, barbecuing.” But ...

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