ST. LOUIS -- Schnuck Markets here has introduced a station for fresh-made salads at one unit in the suburbs. The station, near the front of the store, offers products in both service and self-service forms. During peak hours, an associate cuts and tosses Caesar salads and other salads to order. An adjacent 8-foot case with stair-step shelves also offers packages of the salads to go. The products are packed in round clear containers. A small Caesar salad is $1.99; large, $3.99. A small ...
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