Uniontown, Pa. — A Shop 'n Save supermarket south of Pittsburgh has dedicated 4,000 square feet to a Halloween costume shop to distinguish it from competitors and capitalize on a popular holiday. “If Wal-Mart can sell everything under the sun, then I think we need to look and see if we can be as good as they are in some areas,” said Tom Jamieson, owner and president of Jamieson Family Foods, based here, which operates 13 conventional Shop 'n Save supermarkets and 10 Sav-A-Lot ...

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