BETHESDA, Md. -- Cutting prices on more than 1,000 products and reconfiguring the selection were at the top of the "to do" list for the new executives leading the Sutton Place Group of specialty food stores, based here. The changes are part of a strategy to reposition the chain for growth by seeking to make the stores more accessible to existing shoppers and appealing enough to attract new customers, said Joe Dobrow, vice president of marketing for the Sutton Place Group, which operates 11 ...
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