HEMET, Calif. — Tesco’s first Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market here features a bare-bones “warehouse store” ambiance, with exposed ceilings and products displayed on shelves in cut-open boxes, SN observed yesterday. Produce, with the exception of bananas, is prepacked and displayed in recyclable plastic containers. The store has no service departments, and all eight cash register lanes are self-checkout. Although some branded items are on display, most offerings carry the Fresh & ...

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