BENTONVILLE Ark. — Before any fresh food items get to the shelves at Sam’s Club stores they are first subject to a program of a rigorous testing its executives say has raised the level of quality — and sales volumes — at Wal-Mart Stores' warehouse division. Company officials on Wednesday provided media members with a look into the “sensory lab” at Sam’s Club’s headquarters here as part of its annual shareholders meeting. ...

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