SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores here heated its Thanksgiving meal sales by upscaling the ingredients and featuring the dinners in a nearly monthlong blitz of TV ads. The chain chalked up a 20% increase in sales of its fully cooked turkey dinners, even with a retail price $10 higher than last year's. That was the second consecutive 20% increase over the previous year, and Harps officials say they anticipate similar gains next year over this season's boom. And right after this year's ...
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