CLEVELAND -- When it comes to doing business in Cleveland these days, nothing seems as important as Cleveland Indians baseball. Indeed, even in supermarkets, displays of Indians T-shirts, hats and pennants are everywhere. SN visited the Cleveland market last month during the height of the Tribe's run for sports immortality to see how area chains handled what is arguably the most valuable player in supermarket grocery aisles -- baby food. None of the stores visited displayed the jars in bins ...
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