New and remodeled stores in the Stop & Shop and Giant chains last year began taking on a new look as part of parent Ahold's mission to turn retail banners into powerful consumer brands. For Giant, with more than 180 stores in the Washington-Baltimore area, the new look is arriving as part of a three-year program to replace or renovate 100 stores. Stop & Shop's new look is coming as part of renovations and new store builds. According to Larry Benjamin, chief operating officer of ...

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