Retailers are working to get larger profits from their family- and club-pack frozens, with some focusing on integration and others on separation. Some supermarkets, such as Lucky Stores' San Leandro, Calif.-based southern division and Buehler Foods, Jasper, Ind., have substantial club-pack sections, while others, like Spokane, Wash.-based Rosauers Supermarkets and Balls Food Stores in Kansas City, Kan., have a limited selection. Still others told SN that they have very few items, or even no ...
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