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NEW YORK — Target is opening an in-store cafe serving natural and healthy food in its new Chicago store, according to published reports.
USA Today reported that the retailer's new CityTarget store will include Pret A Manger — French for "ready to eat" — a chain of cafes that serves sandwiches, soups, drinks and breakfast items with natural and organic ingredients.
Target originally announced plans to include the cafe-within-a-store last August as part of a partnership with the London-based chain, which has locations in other U.S. cities, including New York, as well as the United Kingdom and Hong Kong.