DAYTON, Ohio -- Supermarket consultant Howard Solganik has opened Wrapsody, a quick-service restaurant that will serve as a test lab for a wrap sandwich concept Solganik hopes to take into supermarkets. So far, business has been brisk, according to its creators. The number of transactions is averaging 200 a day and that is generating three quarters of the volume needed to break even, said Solganik who is president of consulting firm Solganik & Associates here. He and his sister, Carin ...

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