An urban phenomenon that sparked consumer interest among fashionistas is now gaining street cred in the food world as well. Known as pop-ups, these extremely temporary marketplaces suddenly appear, fully stocked and ready for business — and just a few days or weeks later, they're gone. The idea is to generate urgency and excitement through the limited-time format. Earlier this year, Target opened a temporary store in downtown Chicago called Bullseye Bazaar that showcased clothing from more ...

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