MIAMI — Super Bowl weekend is always a busy time for supermarkets, as shoppers stock up on food and drinks for the big game. But, when a grocer's hometown team makes it all the way to Super Bowl, the excitement, and the sales, go to an entirely different level, according to officials at Thibodaux, La.-based Rouses and Indianapolis-based Marsh Supermarkets. Fans of the New Orleans Saints have been thrilled to watch their team make it to their first Super Bowl. And those fans headed to Rouses ...

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