SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Video is a high priority for vanCamps Supermarkets, a new company in the supermarket business. VanCamps entered the industry in February with the purchase of four northern Indiana stores formerly owned by Family Fare Supermarkets. It has closed one store and will "extensively" expand and remodel the remaining three, said Roger Camp, president. An integral part of the expansion will be rental departments, according to Camp. The first will be installed in about two months, ...

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