NEW YORK — Whole Foods Market gave a pre-opening tour yesterday of its fourth Manhattan location, scheduled to open Wednesday in the Tribeca neighborhood just a few blocks from the former Word Trade Center. The 69,000-square-foot store will be the second largest Whole Foods location in the city, according to reports, and will include a second-floor cafe, a brick-oven pizzeria and what is being described as the city’s largest cheese department. Yesterday’s tour was open to local residents and ...

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