CHICAGO -- A long-standing tradition of fine perishables helped Blue Goose Super Market earn top marks in a comprehensive survey of Chicago-area supermarket retailers. The St. Charles, Ill., independent earned a "superior" rating for overall quality from 96% of the 27 consumers who ranked the store as part of a survey conducted by Chicago Consumers' Checkbook, a semi-annual publication from the nonprofit Center for the Study of Services. Participating consumers were asked to grade ...

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