DANBURY, Conn. — At the 25th anniversary celebration of the Stew Leonard's store here this month, there was much talk of the past — and also a glimpse at how the future may play out for this iconic Connecticut-based grocer. The 130,000-square-foot Danbury outlet — the second of four Stew Leonard stores renowned for their fresh foods, store-made milk, devotion to customer service, animatronic characters and single serpentine aisle featuring about 2,000 SKUs — began in December 1986 as a ...

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