COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Penn Traffic Co., Syracuse, N.Y., is building three 110,000-square-foot Big Bear Plus supercenter prototypes that will offer expanded nonfood variety. The new stores will emphasize a wider variety of home decor items, including ready-to-assemble furniture, housewares, domestics, family hosiery and socks. Expanded cosmetics also will be included. The first unit is slated to open in November in Parkersburg, W.Va., and another will open here in the spring. A third facility ...

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