RICHMOND, Va. -- Ukrop's Super Markets is seeking to take a bigger slice of the wholesale bakery pie by launching an initiative to place some of its better-known products in noncompeting supermarkets. Numbered among its customers right now are Harris-Teeter, Mathews, N.C., and Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, as well as 11 other chains and independents in the Mid-Atlantic states and in the Southeast, which are served by three brokers. The 28-unit independent has long enjoyed a quiet reputation for ...

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