Publix Super Markets only officially announced its plans to enter the Charlotte region two years ago, but its potentially market-changing entry had been expected for more than a decade. Florida’s No. 1 supermarket chain, known throughout the South for its high level of service, clean stores and other attributes, had long been rumored to be eyeing the area for expansion, a natural extension of its growth in Georgia and South Carolina. “There’s been talk about Publix coming ...
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