SHORELINE, Wash. -- Creating a destination store was the mission for Town & Country Market as they developed the design for their newest Central Market unit, opened here earlier this year. To meet the mission, the operator prescribed a store-within-a-store concept complete with a green grocer, seafood stand, meat market and a 200 square-foot Asian section, which features ethnic Center Store products from rice to candy. Each of these areas are housed under the roof of the new 56,000 ...

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