PLAINVIEW, N.Y. -- Fairway sent the fresh message to Long Islanders in a big way when it opened the doors of its new-format store here this month. Towering displays of vegetables and huge bouquets of fresh flowers enveloped customers as they entered the store's foyer. Inside, a wide-open aisle that's bordered by piled-high tables of produce, contains a made-to-order sub sandwich station, an open grill, hot pizza right from a brick oven, an Asian stir-fry program and a grain salad/ fruit ...
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