WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio -- A full selection of fresh foods, with a reduced assortment of groceries, dairy and frozen food items, will be offered in a smaller-format store on the drawing board at Heinen's Fine Foods. Officials at the family-owned, 15-store chain announced plans to build a 20,000-square-foot store -- less than half the size of a typical Heinen's -- in Hudson, an affluent suburb south of Cleveland. Scheduled to open in the fall of 2004, the store will be built as a ...

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