Rethinking Supermarkets

Supermarkets of the future may become the center of neighborhood life, predicts planner Mark Hinshaw.
April 18, 2010, 9am PDT | Tim Halbur
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Neal Pierce comments on Hinshaw's recent article in Planning Magazine.

Pierce writes, "Foodwise, the new market wave offers amenities residents crave - ultra-fresh vegetables and fruits, organic choices, varieties of fresh fish, specialty breads, spices and bottled spirits.
Will lack of parking crimp the growth of city and neighborhood markets? No, argues Hinshaw. A growing number of new markets are offering just a few dozen parking slots, some none at all."

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