It's early in the morning, and the commuter is running late, so there's no time to eat. But wait: she just did a high-speed turn into the supermarket parking lot, heading for the in-store bakery and a quick takeout breakfast. The in-store bakery? For breakfast? It's not as far-fetched as it sounds. Some supermarkets are turning to breakfast as the next front in the battle over takeout with the fast-food emporiums -- and the weapon of choice is often turning out to be baked goods. The ...
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