LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here is testing the company's first integrated meals departments, in two stores that opened in mid-July. rams for the company. The new stores are doing business under both the Giant and Super G banners in Virginia and Pennsylvania, respectively. The units are located in Baileys Crossroads, Va., and Lower Makefield Township, Pa. In the Baileys Crossroads store, the meals department takes up 1,700 square feet, including prep area; in the Lower Makefield Township ...

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