PLYMOUTH, Mass. — The Market, a 14,000-square-foot grocery store its developers say is a “state-of-the-art” store taking advantage of the trend toward smaller stores specializing in fresh foods and essential groceries, is set to open here next week, published reports said. The store was conceived by the developers of Pinehills, a planned community here, and Michael Szathmary, a founder of the Nature’s Heartland natural food stores that were bought out by Whole Foods Market in 2000. The grand ...
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