COPPELL, Texas -- Minyard Food Stores here has expanded its distribution center here to accommodate 3,000 more dry grocery products. "Our growth has been phenomenal in the last two or three years, and we need more space," said Prudencio Pineda, the chain's senior vice president of warehousing and transportation. The warehouse has been expanded by 280,000 square feet to 730,000 square feet. Though it currently holds about 7,000 dry goods, Pineda expects it to house a total of 10,000 grocery ...

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