SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — The downturn affecting much of the economy across the United States is not having any discernible impact at Draeger's Supermarkets here, according to Richard Draeger, vice president of the four-store upscale chain. “The impact has been negligible — it really has not affected us at all,” he told SN. Draeger's stores are in upper-income areas in Northern California — three on the San Francisco Peninsula and one in the East Bay — where the primary competition is Whole ...

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