For Patti Edwards, a Seattle-based analyst with Wentworth, Hauser & Violich, San Francisco, visiting a Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market store in Las Vegas was a positive experience. “I liked the small, compact format,” she told SN, “and there are great sight lines. With low-profile shelving, you can see across the entire store, and that creates a positive, non-warehouse atmosphere. “And the stores don't carry just a basic offering of milk, bread and eggs — there are some surprises ...

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