NORTHLAKE, Ill. -- Dominick's Finer Foods here is getting "fresh" with local consumers. Based on the success of 13 conventional stores that have been converted to the Dominick's Fresh format over the past two years, the company is accelerating its expansion plans for the format over the next 18 months, Robert Mariano, president and chief operating officer, told SN last week. Dominick's Fresh stores emphasize perishables and prepared foods. Since November 1993 the chain has invested $70 ...

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