ST. CLOUD, Minn. -- The meat department at Coborn's here isn't a wallflower anymore. In the retailer's new 71,000-square-foot superstore in Sauk Rapids, Minn., the department, except for a small service counter, has been pulled off the back wall and laid out in line with the grocery aisles. The meat is displayed in new five-tier merchandising units. Self-service fresh meats are displayed on one side of the wide aisle, and packaged, processed items such as hot dogs and lunch meats are ...
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