Grocery vying for space in Twin Cities

Meijer, Lucky's Market and 365 by Whole Foods are all looking to open up locations in the already crowded Twin Cities region. Last year, the supermarket scene in the Twin Cities was reinvigorated by the announcement that Hy-Vee would open eight locations after Rainbow closed or sold 27 stores. But now other grocers are looking to find space too. Aldi, Fresh Thyme and Trader Joe's already have new locations opening in the area in 2016 and 2017. Story

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