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Giant Food is 'refreshing' its store in Eagle Village.
A natural, organic and gluten-free food section replaces the floral department at the Giant in Eagle Village.
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The building, the oldest Giant in the area, is getting a fresh coat of paint inside and out, and an expanded section of natural, organic and gluten-free items, among other changes.
The work is taking place mainly in the late evenings, and is expected
The renovation is part
The most notable change at the Eagle Village store is the expanded selection of natural, organic and gluten-free products. These are located on shelves in the former floral section, which has been given new, wood laminate flooring.
Fresh flowers are now available in buckets near the store entrance, and potted plants are on a display stand between two free-standing refrigerated cases on the dairy and prepackaged deli meats aisle.
Other improvements will include new lighting,
The University of Mary Washington Foundation, which owns Eagle Village, has long wanted Giant Food to renovate or replace the store. Miller said he couldn't say at this time whether any additional changes are being considered.
He did say that there have been discussions with potential tenants for the space Giant vacated at the Spotsylvania Crossing shopping center earlier this year, "but there's no deal
The Eagle Village Giant isn't the only Fredericksburg-area store selling groceries that will be getting