DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Markets here is taking a hard line on profitability in its fresh departments with software aimed at cutting food costs and tailoring product mixes to customers' needs. With a computer program that's used widely in food-service operations, the upscale retailer expects to raise the bottom line by 3% to 4% in each of its fresh departments in the first year, officials said. The program initially has been implemented in the bakery but soon will be expanded to ...
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