SAN ANTONIO — H.E. Butt Grocery Co. has opened a new store here that combines elements of its Central Market format with its traditional supermarkets, along with an expanded selection of kosher product. The 128,000-square-foot store, dubbed Alon Market — “alon” means “oak” in Hebrew — includes an eatery called Central Market Café on the Run offering heat-and-eat entrees, vegetables and full meals prepared daily. Central Market is H-E-B's upscale format that focuses on fresh and prepared ...
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