LIVONIA, Mich. -- Busch's has cooked up an unusually customer-friendly way to merchandise meat at its newest store, here. The effort has involved a complete reset and repositioning of the service and self-service displays at the 51,700-square-foot store, Busch's largest, which opened Dec. 7. The case reset organizes items according to the time it takes to cook them instead of by the variety or cut of meat. The service case, which has been pulled into the first quarter of the traffic ...
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