GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- D&W Food Centers here is putting in-store cafes front and center in a corporate strategy bent on to selling more fresh food. This expansion fits into the company mission, because we believe our customers are interested in purchasing food more than they are interested in purchasing groceries," said Mike Eardley, senior director, fresh foods, in an interview with SN. "As the supermarket evolves, we will learn new ways to serve food." D&W's plan is to use ...

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