GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Supercenter pioneer Meijer, based here, yesterday said it would open a new format considerably smaller than its typical store and focused on the grocery side of the business. The 102,000-square-foot outlet — about half the size of a typical Meijer but still more than twice the size of a typical supermarket — is scheduled to debut in the first quarter of next year in Niles, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. “This is an exciting announcement for everyone at our company,” said ...

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