There's a particular customer at Zagara's Marketplace in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, who insists the store carry the imported Spanish olive oil Zoe and gladly pays $22 a tin for it. "If we don't carry it," said grocery buyer Pat Yauger, "he's not going to shop here." With one customer satisfied, it's on to the rest, and that's where things get dicey. With prices having already risen for specialty oils, and mainstream oil brands expected to see further price increases, retailers like Yauger ...
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