DALLAS -- H.E. Butt opened its sixth Central Market with a brand-new Jewish deli, featuring freshly prepared items commonly found in delis in the Northeast. It's a first for the upscale, fresh-foods banner. Inside the 76,000-square-foot store in suburban Plano, a prominent sign draws consumers to this new, non-Kosher section that features potato latkes ($3.99 a pound), stuffed cabbage rolls ($2.99 each), matzo balls (99 cents apiece) and other Jewish favorites. The specialty ...

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