WOODBURN'S REPOSITIONS ITSELF TO FIGHT FOOD LION

SOLOMON'S ISLAND, Md. (FNS) -- Woodburn's here has been a successful destination as a conventional family-owned grocery store since the 1940s. But these days, customers are finding big changes afoot in response to the arrival of a major out-of-town retailer, which threatened the store's existence.Rather than compete head on with giant Food Lion, which opened nearby, Woodburn's has just completed a

SOLOMON'S ISLAND, Md. (FNS) -- Woodburn's here has been a successful destination as a conventional family-owned grocery store since the 1940s. But these days, customers are finding big changes afoot in response to the arrival of a major out-of-town retailer, which threatened the store's existence.

Rather than compete head on with giant Food Lion, which opened nearby, Woodburn's has just completed a top-to-bottom renovation that has redirected its focus, and saved most of its customer

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