CARMEL, Ind. -- O'Malia Food Markets here has cut into a prime area with a small-format store, basically a meat market, that gives the family-owned company a foothold in an area dominated by big guys. The independent took its flagship, service meat department and embellished it with related items in a store that's a fraction the size of its seven full-line supermarkets, and the results are reportedly good. A year after opening the 4,200-square-foot Joe O'Malia Quality Meats in a very ...
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