EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Tesco has scaled back the development pace of its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market stores in the Western U.S., and the company continues to tweak its format as it prepares to expand into Northern California. Originally scheduled to have 200 stores open by the end of next month, it now appears the company will fall short of its reduced target of opening 150 locations by then. And although it had planned to enter Northern California by early this year, Fresh & ...

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