HIGHLAND VILLAGE, Texas -- Minyard Food Stores' new food court here runs both hot and cold, by grouping chilled versions of its branded hot foods on a freestanding self-service kiosk. The chilled items are the same branded foods available hot at the 1,500-square-foot food court's six service counters. The shop-around case is positioned at the head of the food court area. The logo "What's for Dinner?" appears on a backlit sign and a dangler above the six-foot by six-foot modular case. ...

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