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Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opens April 13 in Fort Mill

In this Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, file photo, reusable shopping bags are offered for sale at a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, in the Chinatown district of Los Angeles.
In this Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, file photo, reusable shopping bags are offered for sale at a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, in the Chinatown district of Los Angeles. AP

Wal-Mart is opening its latest Charlotte-area Neighborhood Market April 13 in Fort Mill.

The new 41,000-square-foot supermarket is at 500 N. Dobys Bridge Road, right off U.S. 521 near Indian Land Elementary School.

The Arkansas-based retail giant said this week construction is nearly complete on the store, and employees have started stocking shelves to prepare for the opening.

The Neighborhood Market concept is Wal-Mart’s version of a traditional grocery store. It carries low-priced items including fresh produce, meat, canned goods, health and beauty products, pet supplies and cleaning products.

Wal-Mart opened its latest Neighborhood Market in Pineville in January and will open another in Mooresville this summer.

Katherine Peralta

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