SAN MATEO, Calif. -- A sleek, black 75-item antipasto bar -- offering everything from mozzarella balls to five different kinds of hummus -- is the centerpiece of the produce department in the new Draeger's Supermarkets store here. The 64,000-foot San Mateo store is the upscale operator's third location (as reported in SN) and is the first Draeger's to have an antipasto bar -- a concept that, according to Richard Draeger, an owner of the Menlo Park, Calif.-based retailer, is "an experiment ...

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