FAIRFAX Va. The Whole Foods Market grocery-store chain has opened a 65,000-square-foot supermarket here that incorporates five restaurants operated by the retailer, according to local press reports. An executive for the popular natural-foods chain told The Washington Times that future outlets of the high-volume retailer might also offer an array of foodservice outlets if space permits.The in-store restaurants here specialize in seafood, Italian food, barbecue, sushi and sandwiches. A ...
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