Furr's Supermarkets, Albuquerque, N.M., said it will open two prototype stores in New Mexico next fall and a prototype unit in El Paso, Texas. The prototype stores will include expanded perishables and general merchandise; drive-through pharmacies; computerized do-it-yourself checkstands, and in-store nutritionists, as well as offering Internet shopping, delivery and pickup, according to an area news report. The company has reportedly been testing several of the prototype concepts at an ...

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