ROCHESTER, Mich. -- The corporate view is fine, for the corporate office -- but it may be forcing in-store bakeries down the wrong path. That's the opinion of Carl Richardson, industry veteran and former vice president and director of in-store bakeries for Farmer Jack Supermarkets, the 97-unit, Detroit-based division of A&P, Montvale, N.J. As Richardson sees it, the corporate edicts at many chains about how to run in-store bakeries are diluting their bakeries' greatest strengths. ...

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