SEATTLE (FNS) -- Fast, fun and fresh are just some of the reasons consumers seek out salad bars at their favorite retailer. However, too often the fixture's selections become dull for repeat purchasers, high maintenance squeezes profits and shrink becomes a burden for operators. Using innovation in presentation, one independent Thriftway operator, here, has designed a unique fresh offering that is key to the local Northwest spirit. The three-unit Thriftway group's version of the salad bar ...

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