DALLAS (FNS) -- Fresh produce and most service departments are being repositioned at Carnival Food Stores in an effort to keep up with the quickly changing demographics of the heavily ethnic Dallas-Fort Worth market. Carnival, the ethnic banner operating under Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas, has been adjusting its floor plans to bring produce up front and center in each unit's shopping patterns. In addition to changes in the footprint, the 20-unit chain has deepened its specialty and ...

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