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    Fresh & Easy Moves North

    The company announces 19 stores in the Sacramento region.

    LOS ANGELES -- British retailer Tesco PLC does not appear to be slowing its expansion in the U.S., as it named 19 locations for its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market stores in the Sacramento area starting next year, the company stated.

    The new stores will appear in south Sacramento, Oak Park, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Rocklin and Vacaville, Calif.

    "The Sacramento region is a great fit for us -- it is vibrant, fast-growing and widely known as having one of the most diverse populations in the U.S.," Tim Mason, Fresh & Easy CEO, said in a statement. "We're looking forward to bringing fresh, wholesome food at affordable prices to all types of neighborhoods throughout the Sacramento area."

    Already the company opened 55 stores in the U.S. since its launch in November, the company stated.

    Mason also provided an update on the chain's progress so far. "We have been very encouraged by the response to our stores thus far. Every single week brings more good news as sales, customer numbers and repeat visits are all growing," he said.

    The Fresh & Easy stores will locate at the following intersections:

    -- Auburn & Coachman – Citrus Heights

    -- Elkhorn & Andrea – Citrus Heights

    -- Bruceville & Elk Grove – Elk Grove

    -- Elk Grove Florin & Calvine – Elk Grove

    -- Kenneth & Madison – Fair Oaks

    -- Greenback & Madison – Folsom

    -- Twin Cities & Carillon – Galt

    -- Lincoln & Sterling – Lincoln

    -- Sunrise & Coloma – Rancho Cordova

    -- Stanford Ranch & Sunset – Rocklin

    -- Bradshaw & Old Placerville – Sacramento

    -- Broadway & 34th – Sacramento

    -- Del Paso & Commerce – Sacramento

    -- Franklin & Mack – Sacramento

    -- Meadowview & Freeport – Sacramento

    -- Northgate & San Juan – Sacramento

    -- Watt & El Camino – Sacramento

    -- Alamo & Marshall – Vacaville

    -- Elmira & Nut Tree – Vacaville

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