SAN ANTONIO - H.E. Butt Grocery Co. here said it is taking a wait-and-see attitude before committing itself to expanding its new Hispanic format, Mi Tienda (My Store). "Our plan is to see how successful the first store is," Scott McClelland, president of H-E-B's Houston division, told SN, "and if it is successful, then we have a lot of other potential locations in mind. But we have no concrete plans at this time for additional stores." Based on just a couple of days of operation, "the ...

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