LARCHMONT, N.Y. -- D'Agostino Supermarkets has launched a new, fresh format -- with a customized fresh mix and better customer service -- aimed at separating it from the rest of the urban pack. The spotlight is trained on fresh foods, from Crenshaw melons to artisan breads; from vegetable tortes to 2-inch-thick shell steaks; and from sushi to panini and cannoli. In fact, a full half of the sales floor in the brand new 7,000-square-foot store is devoted to perishables. That's twice the ...
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