DERRY, N.H. -- Victory Super Markets has put dinner on the front burner at a new store that has just opened here. Specific changes in the food court at this 70,000-square-foot store -- the Leominster, Mass.-based retailer's largest and its first outside its home state -- are aimed at building dinner business, said Arthur P. (Jay) DiGeronimo Jr., president of the 18-unit chain. Part of the strategy includes heated-up cross merchandising and concepts presented in new ways that say "meal" ...

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