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MINNEAPOLIS — Target is opening a new store in King of Prussia, Pa., the mass-merchandise chain said Monday.
The 165,000-sq. ft. store will include fresh produce, fresh meat and packaged backed goods, as well as a pharmacy, optical center and in-store Starbucks, employing 200 to 250 people. The store will donate to local chapters of the United Way, Feeding America and grant programs.
"Pennsylvania continues to be a strong market for Target, and we're eager to expand our presence in the state this year," Target SVP northeast stores Samir Shah said. "We look forward to bringing our 'Expect More. Pay Less.' brand promise and strong legacy of giving back to the community to King of Prussia residents."