BURLINGTON, Wash. -- Thrifty Foods Inc. here got its first food court off to a sweet start with a Cinnabon World Famous cinnamon roll bakery, paired with a Cinnabon espresso bar. The chain, which has 20 stores, launched the food court in a remodeled Food Pavilion unit in Richland, Wash. The company's eight units under the Food Pavilion banner are its largest, averaging 60,000 square feet, and are price-oriented, according to Thrifty officials. The chain's other stores, operating under the ...

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