NEW YORK — Drug-store chain Duane Reade here said yesterday it is encouraged by a new test of fresh foods in some remodeled stores. The company recently began offering fresh sandwiches and salads in a small reach-in island case in at least two stores, both at New York's Penn Station. The case contains about 20-30 varieties of sandwiches from local makers Bimmy's and Eli Zabar, along with pre-packaged salads from Ready-Pac and other convenience food items, including drinks and yogurt. "We ...

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