NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas -- At Sack 'n Save Warehouse Food Stores, the importance of frozen foods is crystal clear. To increase product visibility, for example, the division of Coppell, Texas-based Minyard Food Stores installed expensive glass-walled coffin cases in its newest store here. The cases let shoppers see clearly, and virtually at a glance, what is merchandised straight down the coffin run. That high-profile attitude runs throughout the chain's selling philosophy for frozen ...

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