NORWALK, Conn. â€“ Stew Leonard Sr., the milkman who turned a small dairy store into a chain of unique supermarkets bearing his name, celebrated the 40th anniversary of its founding at its flagship store here Tuesday. Stew Leonardâ€™s also unveiled a 5,000-square-foot addition to the store showcasing expanded departments including bakery and coffee; and new pizza and pasta stations. The addition was the 27th since the store was founded in December of 1969, during which it has grown from 17,000 ...
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