HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. -- A new 61,000-square-foot ShopRite unit that opened here last month is showcasing ethnic products in an aisle signed "Kosherfest Happauge." Kosher is a niche that store owner/designer Harry Janson decided to emphasize, based on input from focus groups. The kosher section, which takes up most of one aisle, is an exception to Janson's strategy, followed elsewhere in the store, of integrating specialty products. The section contains groceries as well as a dairy case, fresh ...

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