SAN JOSE, Calif. — Mi Pueblo Food Centers here is preparing to open its largest store yet, a 50,100-square-foot former Albertsons location in the Bay Area town of Pittsburg, Calif. After receiving use permits from the city's planning commission in late October, Mi Pueblo has begun developing the store into its twelfth supermarket, catering to Hispanic and Latino shoppers with a Mexican-style deli department featuring a taqueria and tortilleria, as well as large full-service bakery and meat ...

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