CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter here has linked up with a gourmet caterer to create an in-store meals concept that's such a success the chain will take it into a second unit this spring. The caterer -- a local, upscale business called Something Classic -- stocks a 6-foot, tiered self-service case at the front of the supermarket with its own gourmet entrees and staffs a made-to-order sandwich station at the same spot. The store itself, called Harris Teeter Express, is the chain's smallest, ...
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