TINLEY PARK, Ill. — Eurofresh Market, already having made its way through the recession unscathed, launched right into a redo that has raised sales by double digits — in its deli, in its meat department and in total store revenue. Starting with service prepared foods, which had lines forming at 5 p.m. every evening that ran into lines at the adjacent slicing deli, the company took quick measures to remedy the traffic jam. “People were waiting in line twice, to get ...
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