COLTON, Calif. -- Riding a surge in sales growth, Stater Bros. Markets here is working to cement its image among consumers as a leader in fresh service departments. "Folks go to the supermarket for service," said Jack Brown, chairman, chief executive officer and, until recently, president of the 159-store chain. "They may go to a box store to buy something by the case, but when they come to a Stater Bros., we talk about full service because there are people there to help them in all of the ...

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