NEW YORK -- Morton Williams Associated racked up huge holiday sales at its newest store, the retailer's first outlet in the suburbs, officials said. Fresh meat and cheeses were the big rings. “I was amazed at the 200 whole filet mignons and 15 whole ribs of beef we sold in the three days before Christmas," said Richard Travaglione, vice president of perishables for the Bronx-based chain of 11 stores. That same week, the service cheese department sold 400 pounds of premium, imported provolone ...

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