REDMOND, Wash. -- Traditional merchandising methods are being put to work at Larry's Markets' newest unit here. However, the retailer takes tried-and-true techniques and gives them their own special spin to grab customers' attention in this upscale area, home of Seattle's high-tech millionaires. The simple shelf extender, for example, is one such supermarket staple that Larry's Markets has employed to visually break up long grocery shelf runs and bring pizzazz to barbecue sauce and crushed ...

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