NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Marsh Supermarkets entered the Chicago market last week with a new, 66,000-square-foot store in this rapidly growing suburb of about 147,000 people. The vehicle chosen for the company's entry into the country's third-largest market is a new "lifestyle" concept store that melds together elements from high-end specialty chains such as Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe's with traditional grocery store assortments. Marsh, based in Indianapolis, unveiled the concept late ...

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