AKRON, Ohio — Wheat-free dog bones, turkey jerky and sweet potato biscuits are among the items carried in West Point Market's first-ever pet department. The two-month-old, 1,500-square-foot section called “Paws” is located in a high-traffic area across from bakery. West Point made room for the department by reducing space for kitchen gadgets. “It has good exposure since it's right across from the bakery,” Chief Executive Officer Rick Vernon told SN. The section stocks only natural organic ...

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