A spokeswoman for the West Sacramento-based chain said the company is exploring several sites downtown for a smaller-format, farmer’s market style store that would appeal to residents who live in a denser and more pedestrian-oriented environment.
A spokeswoman for the West Sacramento-based chain said the company is exploring several sites downtown for a smaller-format, farmer’s market style store that would appeal to residents who live in a denser and more pedestrian-oriented environment. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
A spokeswoman for the West Sacramento-based chain said the company is exploring several sites downtown for a smaller-format, farmer’s market style store that would appeal to residents who live in a denser and more pedestrian-oriented environment. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

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