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FRESNO, Calif. -- Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market opened the first grocery in Downtown Fresno in decades, and it will open two more stores in the city by the end of February.
"Fresh & Easy is excited to be a part of the revitalization of downtown Fresno because everyone deserves access to fresh, wholesome food at affordable prices," Tim Mason, Fresh & Easy's CEO, said in a released statement. "We are thrilled at the wonderful reception we have received from our new neighbors in this wonderful community."
"We're excited to have Fresh & Easy opening stores in downtown Fresno and throughout the city," added Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin. "These markets will bring good-paying jobs and healthy, affordable food to our neighborhoods."
As part of Fresh & Easy's commitment to be a good neighbor, the company awards a neighborhood charity with a $1,000 donation at each store opening. The charities honored in the three Fresno stores are: Childhood Language Disorders, Encourage Tomorrow and Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central California.
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