SPOKANE, Wash. -- Shoppers in the grocery aisles of Rosauers Supermarkets here are in for a fresh surprise. The retailer has added a refrigerated case that contains precut produce and salad dressings at the end of an aisle that contains shelf-stable dressings and other condiments. Bill Haraldson, executive vice president and chief operating officer for the 16-store chain, said it was the first such unit to be used by the company for produce and, so far, it has been "working well." So well, ...
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