News & Solutions Home Meal Replacement COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Big Bear Stores here is embracing home meal replacement in a big way, with an extensive fresh food-service program introduced inside a newly opened replacement store. The 75,000-square-foot store, which opened April 13, features the company's first fresh food power alley. But, more significantly, it also represents a new commitment on the part of the chain's top-level management to deal head-on with one of the supermarket ...

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