Stew Leonard's, the small dairy store that grew into a unique chain of destination supermarkets, has reached its 40th birthday and, as the animatronic bovines shoppers encounter at the store might say, things are moo-ving right along. The first of 13 grandchildren of the founder and namesake of Stew Leonard's have joined the company on a full-time basis, as the chain welcomes a fifth decade and prepares for a third generation of family ownership. It's a business that saw its first two ...

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