SCRANTON, Pa. -- Insalaco Markets in northeastern Pennsylvania has established prime locations for grab-and-go meals in the fresh foods alley. A combination of multistation delis, large in-store bakeries and spacious produce departments, the fresh areas create a strong store-within-a-store emphasis. The chain has apparently been motivated by formidable competition. Its parent, Penn Traffic, has a strong presence in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area; before converting more than 20 Acme stores ...
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