MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here, which opened a 34,000-square-foot, limited-assortment Maxx Value Foods store a year ago, plans to add more units of this banner but at a much smaller size – no more than 20,000 square feet, said Ray Agah, the chain’s vice president of engineering.
A smaller Maxx Value will offer lower costs in rents, cooling, heating and cleaning, said Agah, who spoke about the format in September at the Food Marketing Institute’s ...
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