Six local value-focused supermarkets are about to class themselves up.
This summer, Michigan grocery store company SpartanNash will convert four No Frill stores and Two Bag 'N Saves into Family Fare, a store chain with a more upscale feel.
"The transformation to the Family Fare brand includes sushi bars, Starbucks kiosks, dedicated organic and natural foods sections, expanded deli counters with panini bars, wider craft beer selections and a store loyalty program," Omaha World-Herald reporter Barbara Soderlin reported early this morning.
SpartanNash's Omaha Vice President Mark Griffin said the Family Fare stores (a popular chain in Michigan) are smaller and more neighborhood-focused.
"It's intended to be the friendly, service-oriented…