DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Market, a two-unit upscale retailer here, expects a 10% leap in ham sales, after its branded product took top honors in a local taste test. The branded product, called Heavenly Ham, was picked as best from a field of eight hams from local retail outlets, three of them supermarkets. The taste test was conducted by a local newspaper, using a judging panel that included a chef, a food consultant and the newspaper's food editors. The panel also evaluated hams from ...

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