Retailers across the country who serve an upscale clientele are making some adjustments in the face of a slumping economy, but not a lot, several of those operators told SN. “I think we are doing a pretty good job right now making lemonade with the lemons we've got,” said Dale Riley, owner of Fresh Seasons Market, Minnetonka, Minn. “We are fortunate in that we have pretty good growth going on in our store right now, although inflation is still a bigger part of it each month,” he added, ...

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