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FINAST ANNOUNCES FOOD COURT AND NEW JOBS

 FINAST ANNOUNCES FOOD COURT AND NEW JOBS
 CLEVELAND, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Finast Supermarkets today


announced its first Food Court at the Ridge Park Square Finast near I-480 on Cleveland's West Side. Comprised of The Corner Carry Out, The Fast Wok, The Pizzeria, The Sandwich Works, and Fresh Meals To Go, the Food Court at Finast offers more than 100 selections to carry out or to eat at the store. Located at 4798 Ridge Rd. in Brooklyn, Ohio, the Finast Food Court can be reached by telephone (216-741-1148) or by fax (216-741-3050).
 Noted William Holsworth, president of the Ohio Division of Finast Supermarkets, "The Food Court is only part of the $1.5 million remodeling we've completed at the store. Over 50 new jobs have been added to the store, including 27 in the Food Court. I'm especially pleased with the newly enlarged pharmacy, and the expanded bakery with our Old World Country Breads with dozens of selections, plus our unique Chop Block breads. Customers can watch their stir fry meals, pizzas and chop block breads being prepared while they shop, or sit down at one of our tables to enjoy their meal."
 In development for one year, the new Food Court selections are made from the finest, freshest ingredients available -- at a Total Lower Cost. Customers can order a complete breakfast, a sandwich or a dinner platter, as well as appetizers, soups, and vegetarian, seafood and meat entrees. Other choices include a special children's menu, traditional dinner and barbecue favorites and 13 different varieties of jumbo 17-inch pizza. Pizzas can be baked while customers shop. The Sandwich Works include hot sandwiches to go, and dozens of varieties of sandwiches and subs made to order, including a selection of Hye Roller sandwiches, similar in shape to a pinwheel.
 In additional remarks Holsworth said that, "The Finast Food Court will pull ahead of many fast food chains in this area because we offer a greater variety of fresh and nutritious take home foods than the selections that so many fast food chains rely on. Our selection and total lower cost give us an important advantage over fast food merchants."
 According to Food Marketing Institute, sales of supermarket takeout food are expected to reach $15 billion by 1994, up frsupermarkets in eight counties in Northeast Ohio.
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 /CONTACT: Susan Alcorn of First National Supermarkets, 216-587-7100/ CO: First National Supermarkets ST: Ohio IN: REA SU:


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