SEATTLE -- Queen Anne Thriftway here is shedding new light on its bakery items. The two-unit independent, which is building a new store in Tacoma, plans to use special lighting at the new unit to highlight its scratch-baked bakery offerings. The retailer recently hired a lighting specialist for its stand-alone retail bakery with results strong enough to warrant a lighting plan for the new supermarket, said Terry Halverson, co-owner. "We told the lighting specialist we wanted our products ...

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