YARDLEY, Pa. -- McCaffrey's Markets has created a festive, farmers' market aura in the wake of a fire that destroyed its flagship store here. The temporary format is paying off in surprisingly strong sales, officials told SN. The three-unit, upscale independent wasted no time setting up a 10,000-square-foot tent -- with refrigeration, electricity, plumbing and air-conditioning -- in the parking lot of its flagship location, even as fire rubble was being removed. The company spent $550,000 ...
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