ATLANTA -- A morning request for 40 pounds of large shrimp, cooked, peeled and cleaned by 4 p.m.? Done. A special order for an exotic flower arrangement that includes banana leaves by tomorrow? No problem. Home delivery of a food order by this afternoon? But, of course. These are all typical requests that are satisfied daily at Harris Teeter's new store here, its first in the Atlanta market. In this increasingly competitive market where new supermarkets with fresh departments in the ...

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