HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. -- Cruising Aisle 8 (cookies, crackers), or Aisle 11 (salad dressings and condiments), customers in the new 61,000-square-foot ShopRite here can look up and see the back of a black cardboard cutout city skyline. And what's that sound? As they round the corner and head down Aisle 9 or 10 -- the two snack and beverage aisles -- shoppers see a model train clickety-clacking along the tracks above their heads. "It's everything to do with New York City," said Harry Janson, ...
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