ABINGDON, Va. — K-VA-T Foods here said Wednesday that it would open a new Food City store in Greeneville, Tenn., early next year at the site of a closed Wal-Mart store. “We have acquired an existing retail space on Highway 11E, which we plan to completely renovate to accommodate our new state-of-the-art floor plan,” Steven C. Smith, Food City president and chief executive officer, said in a statement. “The new location will provide a number of exciting new ...
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