FAIRFAX, Va. -- A new Whole Foods Market store scheduled to open here next month will include five separate seating areas for each of five in-store prepared-foods sections: Asian, barbecue, Italian, seafood and specialty sandwiches, according to a report in the Washington Business Journal. In addition, the store will offer a wine-tasting room where customers can use “wine debit cards.” The 65,000-square-foot store will be the 15th in the Washington, D.C., market for the retailer, which is ...

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