DALLAS -- Wide-open aisles, a huge selection and extra space for an expansive club-pack section. Although that sounds like a new superstore in a sprawling suburb, it actually describes a new Kroger Co. store deep in the heart of Dallas. The 77,000-square-foot store, which opened in January, is built on the site of a former Dr Pepper plant and contains scads of Dr Pepper memorabilia throughout the store, as well as an impressive fresh food section. Local frozen food industry sources report ...

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