CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Bashas' Markets here is taking a step toward merchandising more meal solutions in its produce department by experimenting with a program that matches fresh produce to spices. In a store in Fountain Hills, Ariz., the chain last week began trying out a program in which packages of fruits and vegetables are overwrapped with packets of complementary spices, providing shoppers with a basic kit for a convenient meal idea. While such a cross-pollinated product may not be the ...

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