CINCINNATI — Murray's Cheese, the trend-setting Manhattan-based artisan cheese shop, debuted its first retail venture outside New York City last week, opening a department in Kroger's newest “Fresh Fare” store in Cincinnati's Kenwood suburb. The partnership between the nation's largest traditional supermarket chain and one of New York's most venerable specialty markets was first announced in August 2007. “Our mission is to bring great cheese to as wide an audience as possible,” Rob Kaufelt, ...

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