Customer Pearline Johnson checks out all the colorful fresh fruits and vegetables at the new Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened Wednesday in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert". The store employs about 27 people. They say many were hired from the local neighborhoods.
Customer Pearline Johnson checks out all the colorful fresh fruits and vegetables at the new Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened Wednesday in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert". The store employs about 27 people. They say many were hired from the local neighborhoods. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Customer Pearline Johnson checks out all the colorful fresh fruits and vegetables at the new Save-A-Lot grocery store that opened Wednesday in a shopping center on Martin Luther King Blvd. at the intersection with Raleigh Blvd. It brings fresh, healthy food to a so-called "food desert". The store employs about 27 people. They say many were hired from the local neighborhoods. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Save-A-Lot store opens in Southeast Raleigh

April 01, 2015 03:16 PM

UPDATED April 01, 2015 07:52 PM

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