KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Wegmans Food Markets opened a new, 123,000-square-foot store here Sunday, attracting 15,000 shoppers on its first day, according to a local report. Wegmans had first expressed interest in the site in 1996, according to a report on Philly.com. It is the fifth Wegmans in the Pennsylvania suburbs of Philadelphia, joining stores in Downington, Warrington, Collegeville and Malvern. The chain also has two locations in the New Jersey suburbs of Cherry Hill and Mt. ...

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