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The 60,000-square-foot Mississippi supermarket is slated to open in spring 2024, the grocer said.
Grocers kicked off 2023 in a big way. WGB reported on 29 grand openings during the month, up from 17 in December.
Executive excitement is also building for the grocery retailer’s growth in Kentucky, with first store in the Bluegrass State slated to open later this year.
The new Reston supermarket is one of two openings planned for this year.
The Chicago-based retailer will open its seventh location in the DMV area as new store expansion and e-commerce growth continues, CEO Mike LaVitola told WGB.
The discounter, which opened its first store in 1955, has added about 1,000 new stores a year for the last decade.
Addie's, which is located in Norwood, eliminates in-store shopping to give customers something they really want: Convenience.
Discount chain led in new units opened, while the Texas grocer added the most square footage, a new report from JLL shows.
The Midwest grocer's first two convenience-focused Meijer Grocery stores are in Orion Township and Macomb Township.
The grocers will open new stores in Arizona, California and Connecticut in the coming weeks.
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Meat—or, rather, meat prices—starred in stories about rising inflation at the grocery store in 2021.
In this special report, compiled using data and insights from CrowdStreet and Placer.ai, Winsight Grocery Business looks at five hot markets for grocery retail investment in 2022 and who’s leading the pack in those regions.
New store updates are important to our readers, so we’re adding a monthly feature to highlight them and demonstrate supermarket growth trends around the country.
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