ROANOKE, Texas — United Supermarkets said Monday it has opened a new, 200,000-square-foot distribution center here that will serve 16 of the retailer’s locations. The Lubbock, Texas-based retailer said the new DC will deliver grocery and frozen items to the chain’s six Market Street locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, four stores in Abilene, three in Wichita Falls and one store each in Burkburnett, Graham and Vernon, beginning Nov. 7. Distribution of perishables to the stores is set to ...

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