Hispanic grocery store Fresco y Más is coming to Orlando

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PHOTO VIA FRESCO Y MÁS FACEBOOK
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The Hispanic grocery store chain Fresco y Más just announced they will be expanding into the Orlando market.

A new location is expected to open Orlando sometime in April at 7382 E. Curry Ford Road, says the company.



Fresco y Más describes itself as a neighborhood grocer that tailors its items and amenities to the neighborhood where it resides, all while keeping an authentic Hispanic shopping experience.

Fresco y Más will be opening two locations in Tampa as well, which will bring the chain to a total of 25 locations.



It should also be noted that Fresco y Más is owned by Southeastern Grocers, the same company that owns Winn-Dixie grocery stores and is currently filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

This bankruptcy has also led to Winn-Dixie closing 94 locations, including three in Orlando.

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