CHESTER, Pa. — Philabundance, a nonprofit agency that seeks to reduce hunger in the Delaware Valley region near Philadelphia, has opened what has been described as the nation’s first nonprofit supermarket here. The 16,000-square-foot Fare & Square outlet features an array of traditional offerings at discounted prices, including fresh meats and produce, frozen foods and dry grocery product. The store is the only supermarket in this town of 34,000 people that had been ...

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