BERKELEY, Calif. — Grocery Outlet, which was founded in San Francisco in 1946 but has not operated in the city since 2001, said it plans to open two stores there next year while it also contemplates further expansion on the East Coast. The company operates stores in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada and, since last January, in Pennsylvania, where it acquired Amelia’s Grocery Outlets, based in Leola, Pa., near Lancaster. Eric Lindberg, co-chairman of the ...

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