TINLEY PARK, Ill. — Eurofresh Market here gives a lot of credit to its produce and deli departments for keeping sales steady during the worst of the economic downturn. At the independent's largest store, smack in the middle of unprecedented competition, produce brings customers into the store and makes up 22% of store sales, store manager Frank Fortini told SN. “We're known for our produce. Our owner goes down to [Chicago's] Water Street Market every morning, every day, to choose our ...

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