WASHINGTON -- The Daily Market, a company that has launched two compact fresh-meal stores by the same name here, intends to open as many as 10 more similar units in the nation's capital by this time next year. The first stores -- both under 2,000 square feet -- have evolved from neighborhood Italian specialty stores into "fun, up-to-the-minute meal stores serving the customer who wants restaurant-quality food to take home or to the office," according to Phil Masiello, co-owner of The Daily ...

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