LUFKIN, Texas — Brookshire Brothers here said it has acquired a small-format store in South Lake Charles, La., and converted it to a hybrid format with a range of fresh, prepared and convenience offerings.
The 7,800-square-foot Cormie’s Grocery, which had been damaged in a fire in 2011, was described as “part deli, restaurant, part bait shop, gas station and superette.” It was long known for signature offerings such as bread pudding, chicken salad and marinated ...
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