SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. -- Trader Joe's here, the specialty supermarket chain, has opened new stores in Washington, California, Nevada and New Jersey, bringing its total to 107 stores, said Pat St. John, vice president of marketing. The chain, which also operates in Arizona, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Oregon, offers a variety of hard-to-find wines, liquors and beers, depending on state laws. St. John did not contest industry estimates that the firm is approaching $1 billion in ...

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