Despite stiff competition, the fresh meals program at Dash's Market keeps customers coming back for more
Twice-a-week fish fries and roasted, three-legged chickens get some of the credit for keeping prepared-food sales up at Dash's Market in Buffalo, N.Y. Neither the recession nor being situated smack in the middle of a super-competitive market alongside the likes of Wegmans and Tops has put a dent in the four-store retailer's meals business, Dash's officials said. From the time owners Joe Dash and Mark Mahoney decided prepared foods were the way of the future, they've put a lot of stock in ...
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