Sushi's popularity continues to grow, offering retailers new potential. When a few fearless operators decided to test sushi in their stores more than 10 years ago, many customers didn't know what it was. The exotic rolls did not set cash registers on fire. Now, however, sushi has become a regular purchase for shoppers seeking a healthy snack, quick lunch or easy appetizer for a dinner party. Even kids eat sushi. Marsh Supermarkets, Indianapolis, has put sushi operations next to the service ...
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