NEW YORK -- D'Agostino Supermarkets has taken the plunge into the overheated coffee wars here by opening a stand-alone coffee bar with a twist: gourmet lunches. Along with an assortment of bagels and breakfast pastries -- and coffee in all the sizes and varieties consumers have come to expect from contemporary coffee shops, such as cappuccinos, lattes and frozen granitas -- the store breaks out of the coffee bar mold by stocking a large display cooler with high-end lunch and snack items, ...
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