NEW YORK -- EatZi's, the Dallas-based supermarket-restaurant hybrid, is rolling out a line of private-label groceries that were available first in Macy's Herald Square store here as a prototype. EatZi's president, Lane Cardwell, declined to comment on the new program, but a source within the company said earlier this month that private-label groceries have become available in other units. EatZi's flagship store is located in Dallas. The New York location premiered Oct. 16 with great ...

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