(Left to right) Brian MacDonald, CEO of Sunoco; State Representative Thaddeus Kirkland; Bill Clark, president of Philabundance; Chester Mayor John Linder; Senator Dominic Pileggi; and Congressman Bob Brady.
Photo Courtesy of Philabundance/Chorus Photography
CHESTER, Pa. — Starting next spring, the people of Chester, Pa. will be able to do something they haven’t been able to do in 11 years: go to a supermarket within city limits. The hunger relief organization Philabundance is opening its first nonprofit “Fare & Square” supermarket concept here. Fare & Square will have a free club membership and an emphasis on healthful, fresh foods. Philabundance expects that its 13,000 square-foot store will carry about ...
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