Bill Shaner, CEO of Haggen’s Pacific Southwest operations, said the grocer intends to carve out a niche by becoming a one-stop venue for shoppers wanting supermarket staples and locally grown fresh produce.

Bill Shaner, CEO of Haggen’s Pacific Southwest operations, said the grocer intends to carve out a niche by becoming a one-stop venue for shoppers wanting supermarket staples and locally grown fresh produce. Photo by Haggen Inc.

Starting in early March, shoppers will have yet one more player vying for their dollars and loyalty in the already crowded San Diego County grocery game...

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