CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter here is in the process of adding a total of 491,000 square feet to two distribution centers, one of which will add space to handle perishables and another that will begin to handle dry grocery. The construction, which began in the fall of 1996, will add 174,000 square feet to the Greensboro, N.C., facility to accommodate perishable products and will add 317,000 square feet to the Indian Trail, N.C., facility to handle dry grocery. Previously, the Greensboro ...

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