LUBBOCK, Texas -- United Supermarkets has unveiled a branded, premium coffee shop and is using it to spotlight its in-store bakery's pastries and sharpen its competitive edge in other ways. The coffee shop, offering fresh-brewed coffee and trendy, coffee-based drinks as well as a variety of premium, deep-roasted coffee beans and a selection of teas, is bred of a partnership the 44-unit chain forged with Peet's Coffee and Tea, an Emeryville, Calif.-based specialty coffee roaster and ...

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