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    Giant Food Opens First C-store

    The prototype will feature produce, meat, deli and bakery items in a 4,422-square-foot store with fuel.

    LANCASTER, Pa. -- Regional grocer Giant Food Stores will built its latest concept—a convenience store called Giant To Go—at the Richmond Square retail development in Manheim Township, LancasterOnline.com reported.

    The convenience format is a first for Giant, according to the report. The 4,422-square-foot store will sell produce, meat, deli and bakery items, as well as host eight fuel pumps outside, the report stated.

    The convenience store is expected to open during the first three months of 2009, according to the report. A Giant spokeswoman declined to provide further details.

    Other tenants planned for Richmond Square retail development are:

    -- Ciro's Italian Bistro, an approximately 130-seat restaurant that will open in early January.

    -- Coerulea, an approximately 120-seat Asian seafood restaurant that will open in December.

    -- Susquehanna Bank, which will open during the first three months of 2009.

    -- Richmond Cleaners.

    -- Emerald Springs Day Spa, which is slated to open Nov. 1.

    -- Charlotte Shoppe, a women's boutique.

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