GILROY, Calif. -- Nob Hill Foods here has turned up the burner on hot meals with a scheme for an expanded menu, open production and cafe seating that will go into all new stores and most remodels. After a test run in one existing unit, the enlivened hot-food program, which includes carving stations and seating for 40 at tables and chairs, was installed at two new stores that opened in the fall. More openings are in the works for this year, said Jim Oteri, senior vice president of the ...

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