Fairway has ambitious plans to bring its diverse specialty assortment to new markets
New York State Assemblywoman Joan Millman, D-Brooklyn, is such a big fan of Fairway Market that she helps residents in her district get free transportation there. Every two weeks, a bus stops at two senior citizen centers and travels to the out-of-the-way Red Hook section of Brooklyn where the store is located. After a 30-minute ride to the store, passengers enjoy several hours at the store, which features a cafe and a water view. Such steps help explain the growing expansion of the ...
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