TORRANCE, Calif. -- Bristol Farms, a four-unit gourmet food retailer here, recently opened one new store and plans to build at least two more. The new store opened in Woodland Hills, Calif., said Louis Kwicker, chairman and chief executive officer. The 25,500-square-foot space formerly housed an Alpha Beta store which closed last July. Bristol Farms spent more than $5 million to refurbish the site, according to a statement from the company. Another unit is scheduled to open during the ...

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