OAKLAND, Calif. -- Tea and candy are being featured in four Cost Plus World Market prototype stores. Two 130-square-foot kiosks, which carry products from the Republic of Tea and Ghirardelli Chocolate, anchor a gourmet food section called The Marketplace, according to Melissa Oldenbourg, spokeswoman for Cost Plus here. The Marketplace departments, which are situated in the back of the prototype stores, are signed with a green awning and stock a wide array of packaged specialty foods. The ...

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