NEW YORK — Whole Foods Market's newest store here has several features its three other Manhattan locations lack, including a humidity-controlled cheese cave, a pie shop and a Belgian-style french fries station. What the Lower East Side store seemed to lack in its first week of business, however, were the throngs of customers that the chain's locations in Chelsea, Columbus Circle and Union Square attract on a daily basis. The company declined to comment to SN on the location, which at ...

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