NEW YORK -- Whole Foods Market hit the Big Apple for the second time last week when it opened its second Manhattan store in one of the city's most hyped locations: the 80-story Time Warner Center overlooking the southern tip of Central Park on Columbus Circle. The store's first weekend drew shoppers waiting in line to enter a capacity-filled store. The Austin, Texas-based chain's first New York store opened three years ago in Chelsea, about 35 blocks south of the new unit in one of the ...

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