SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores here added extras to its holiday dinners this year and then sold so many it wiped out its entire supply days before Thanksgiving, despite having raised the price. "We went through everything we had, including the dinners we had ordered for Christmas," said Dan Kallesen, director of deli-bakery operations for the 38-unit chain. "We shuffled a lot of product from store to store to keep up, but Monday before Thanksgiving we were out. We got enough from our ...
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