AKRON, Ohio -- West Point Market here has built a solid customer base with vegetable stacks, chicken bundles, pot pies and special-recipe cheese spreads. Its chocolate raspberry suicides, peanut butter crazies, flat chickens, and lobster meat, steamed and pulled from the shell, bring customers back, too. The aim at West Point is to make each of its fresh departments a destination by creating or sourcing at least one product that can't be found anywhere else in the area. It's a ...

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