Supermarkets are still finding room to grow in Boston — at least if they don’t mind going down a size or two or trying on a new outfit. Scaled-down versions of Whole Foods Market and Roche Bros. stores are among the food stores newly opened or in the planning stages in Boston and are emblematic of a drive to grow in neighborhoods where demographics remain attractive but where the space for large grocery stores and accompanying parking fields ran out long ago. Whole Foods ...

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