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Why A Grocery Store Is A Big Deal To Downtown Phoenix
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Why A Frys Grocery Store Is A Big Deal To Downtown Phoenix
After four years of planning and building, a brand new Fry's grocery store is open, and it's being welcomed as a sign of downtown's continued growth and ability to grow while also addressing the area's longstanding status as a food desert.
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