LUBBOCK, Texas -- United Supermarkets is testing cookware and bakeware in a format similar to a department store assortment. The new sets, which add 12 feet of space to what was a 6-foot section, were placed at three stores last month. The 43-store chain plans to roll out the new merchandising format to 11 additional units as it revamps and remodels stores into next year, said Steve Paul, director of general merchandise and health and beauty care. "We're trying to get more of a department ...

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