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Price Chopper eyes the future

Latham store unveiled as prototype for two-year effort

Price Chopper's Executive Chairman of the Board, Neil Golub, announced plans for a new concept store to be built in Latham next to the existing store on Route 9, formerly Bon Ton. The expanded store is to feature 16 quick service dining areas along with major renovations and innovative new features throughout the chain.
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Price Chopper's Executive Chairman of the Board, Neil Golub, announced plans for a new concept store to be built in Latham next to the existing store on Route 9, formerly Bon Ton. The expanded store is to feature 16 quick service dining areas along with major renovations and innovative new features throughout the chain.
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Price Chopper is embarking on its most ambitious project yet — a concept store unlike any other supermarket in the region. The Latham store will be the centerpiece of the chain’s future growth and the store by which “all others in the area will be judged,” company officials said Friday. Although the prototype has been several years in the making, its unveiling comes in the midst of an intensifying grocery boom in the Capital Region. ...

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