SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Big Y Foods said Thursday it plans to open a new, 45,000-square-foot prototype store in Berkshire County. The store, one of the chain's Big Y World Class Markets, will include a pharmacy and wellness center offering various health screenings. The store will offer a range of prepared meals, including store-made pizzas, rotisserie chicken dinners, cooked-to-order fish and chips, and a broad selection of specialty and organic foods. The store, slated to open in summer ...

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