Lund Food Holdings is counting on basketfuls of private-label sales. Literally. That's because store-brand products play a major role in the Edina, Minn., chain's first-ever gift basket department, which opened this past month in its remodeled Byerly's flagship store in St. Louis Park, Minn. Lund Food operates 20 stores under the Byerly's and Lunds banners. To differentiate itself from competitors, the retailer is selling a line of $10 to $300 baskets containing Byerly's-brand spices, ...

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