Olive bars are by no means new to supermarkets. During the past decade, many retailers installed olive and antipasto bars to give their deli departments an upscale flair. But while it might seem that a decadent, discretionary product like specialty olives would suffer during an economic downturn, there is evidence that some retailers have enjoyed steady sales as of late by giving the category some extra attention — and that retailers are continuing to include olive bars in their new and ...

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