Clemens Markets' upscale, fresh-format "foodsource" has made the company proud. Officials said the concept, which took some tweaking, has proven very successful since its debut five years ago in a high-income suburb of Philadelphia ["Clemens Goes Upscale With 'Foodsource' Fresh Format," SN 4/12/99]. So much so that the independent, which also owns and operates 21 mainstream supermarkets, has just opened its second foodsource at a site twice the size of the first. A third is under ...

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