WYNNEWOOD, Pa. -- The Genuardi's Family Market unit that opened here a month ago is the first Genuardi's to feature a separate section for natural and organic foods. While the chain's grocery director does not think segregation is always right, it's the best presentation for this particular store.
"Wynnewood is one of a kind," said Bill Wolfe, the director of grocery and GM/HBC. "From the Center Store standpoint, we adopted a segregated natural foods department, as well as an enlarged ...
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