CHANDLER, Ariz. -- The doors to experimental fresh meals store Emily's Market here have been closed -- but the concept's future is still wide open, according to a new batch of owners with plans for a second generation and multiple units. The 4,000-square-foot store had been attracting major food industry notice ever since it was opened here last spring by convenience store chain Circle K Corp., Phoenix. Now the site and the concept behind it have been acquired by a newly formed investment ...

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