SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Big Y Foods here said it expects to build at least eight more of its World Class Market prototype stores in southern New England, primarily Connecticut, over the next two or three years. ntinue to expand our market presence, these new geographic areas will not only enhance our overall market penetration, but also strengthen our position as one of the leading supermarket chains in the region," Charles L. D'Amour, executive vice president and chief operating officer, ...

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