TINLEY PARK, Ill. – Eurofresh Market here met hard times head on with changes that actually brought more customers into its stores, officials told SN. The two-unit independent prides itself both on the freshness and quality of its produce, and the immensity of its selection of imported goods. When other retailers were hunkering down, Eurofresh added variety in every department. The only thing it cut was its 68-foot dry grocery aisles. “We made aisle breaks to open up [a view of ] the ...
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