ELMWOOD PARK, Ill. — After more than half a century operating in the cramped confines of its original location here, Angelo Caputo's Fresh Markets is about to get some breathing room. A former Circuit City store just two blocks from the store Angelo Caputo opened in 1958 is being remodeled to relocate the independent grocery chain's flagship. “The biggest reason for taking the new site is that it is three times the store with two times the parking,” said Robertino Presta, chief executive ...

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