ATLANTA -- Bakers kneading dough. Decorators piping icing roses on custom-ordered birthday cakes. Pastry chefs fanning out sliced apples onto tart shells. This is the show many top retailers put on every day in their bakery departments to put their shoppers in an impulse-buying mood. These tactics tell customers that something special, something fresh, is going on. None of these particular theatrics are in evidence at Harry's Farmer's Market here, where prepacked bread baked off premises, ...
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