PORTLAND, Ore. -- Fred Meyer Inc. here is testing a new humidor display of Gran Reserve Dominican-made cigars in four of its units here and three units in Alaska. According to Jeff Reece, managing director of Jenovia Distributing, a broker specializing in tobacco products and based in Wilsonville, Ore., near here, gift items from the Gran Reserve line will be available in Quality Food Centers' units, now a subsidiary of Fred Meyer. After an initial test, Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., has ...

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