FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores has made service a priority in the produce department at a new store here. Prepreparation of vegetables and fruits, open production, added variety and remerchandising to provide different value-added items at different times of the day are part of a winning formula that's generating big sales, chain officials said. And if success continues here, the new elements will be rolled out to additional stores, they said. Washed, sliced, diced and chopped ...

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