After a long wait, the Florida supermarket industry is finally opening its doors to the public again.
The first phase of the mall is scheduled to open for business on March 15, 2020.
The second phase will begin in October 2020.
This is the second phase of Florida’s mall expansion plan.
The first phase, called Phase 1, opened in November 2016 and is set to close in 2021.
It was the first phase to open nationwide, and the first to open to the general public.
The second phase, also known as Phase 2, opened last year and is scheduled for opening in late 2021.
The mall will now be a retail shopping complex that will include over 400 stores, including grocery stores and other food and beverage outlets.
The Florida Mall Expansion Plan is being touted as the largest mall expansion project in Florida history, and has been touted as a model for other states to follow.
But some shoppers are concerned about what the Florida Mall expansion will mean for their grocery stores.
Some have expressed concerns about the possibility of more expensive products, as well as more competition for shoppers, if the Florida mall opens.
“I don’t see any reason to go into Phase 2 at this point, except that it’s a much more expensive location,” said Robert Gee, president of Florida-based grocery chain, Cargill.
The plan has been met with skepticism by many Florida residents who have questioned the necessity of building a mall.
The plan is still being debated in Florida.
Gee said he’s not worried that it will happen.
“There’s no need for us to build a mall, because we have more shopping centers than malls,” Gee told The Associated Press.
“We’re already in the midst of an expansion that has a much lower number of stores than what we have now,” Glee said.
Florida lawmakers have also been debating whether to expand the state’s mall into other states.
A bill that would do that passed out of the state House of Representatives earlier this month, but it still faces some hurdles in the Senate.
“If the legislature doesn’t do something by the end of the year, it could come back and be a dead issue,” Gree said.
“The plan will certainly be reviewed by the legislature as well,” he said.
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