LOS ANGELES -- SN visited one of the newly opened Gigante stores in the South Central part of the city. Here is what Justo Frias, president of Gigante Holdings International, pointed out: oduce section with nearly 300 varieties -- more than most chains, he pointed out, to accommodate demand for fresh ingredients for homemade foods. Island produce displays on stainless-steel fixtures with shallow wooden boxes fitted in so products look like they just came from the fields. Frias said the ...

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