McCaffrey's has risen from the ashes of a devastating fire to rebuild a state-of-the-art flagship store on its original site. The family-owned, three-unit company in Bucks County, Pa., has designed the 40,000-square-foot replacement store to accommodate new concepts as well as bolster an already thriving meals program. A year and a half ago, a blaze demolished the company's hub store in Yardley, Pa., less than an hour's drive from Philadelphia. Within weeks, even as the fire rubble was ...

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