EAGLE RIVER, Wis. -- Bonson's Pick 'n Save has made fruits and vegetables the centerpiece of its totally renovated store, with the help of an eye-catching, seven-foot-high produce island. The renovation proves the merits of following one's instincts, which is what Bonson's co-owner Chuck Bonson did after a tour of several upscale supermarkets in California prompted him to highlight produce in a strongly innovative way. "What we saw on the West Coast really shaped our ideas about marketing ...

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