HOLLAND, Mich. -- The new D&W Market Square here has crowded many meal concepts into its busy and much-touted Market Square Meals Center -- but it takes different tack in other parts of the store, where the merchandising landscape for fresh food is being stretched creatively to meet consumer demand. In a reversal of a popular design trend, most of this format's perishables departments are pulled out of the power aisle, to be spread around the store's periphery. It's partly a response of ...

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