KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The case is closed on the Supreme Court food court concept at Ball's Super Food Stores here. The concept, which was launched in a Ball's Price Chopper unit in March 1992, was one of the first programs to bunch together big names in fast food in a supermarket setting as a way to play into increasing demand for takeout food. Two courts were ultimately built, the Price Chopper court and one in a store operated by Cleveland-based Riser Foods. Riser pulled out its Supreme ...
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