Midway through a three-store renovation, Penhollow Thriftway is already enjoying its decision to make fresh produce a signature department. The independent operator's redesign shifts produce to first in the shopping pattern and roughly doubles the floor space allocated to the department. The result is a "produce punch" when customers enter the store, according to Jim Penhollow, owner of the three stores located around Seattle. The update of the Ballinger unit was completed late last summer, ...

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