The Nashville-based grocery chain reno is expanding into the suburbs, and its new grocery stores are a first for the Nashville market.

The chain opened its first location in the Nashville area at the end of 2016 and plans to open up new stores in 2018.

In 2019, the chain opened a second Nashville location, at the intersection of East Lake and Interstate 45.

The company has also opened several stores in the Atlanta metro area, but those locations are not expected to open until 2020.

The new locations will be the first in the Chattanooga-area, and will be joined by one in Memphis, Tenn.

The Nashville stores will open in early 2019.

“The Nashville region has never had an opportunity to expand,” said Tom Jankowski, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Nashville.

“We are proud to have our brand and a solid community of loyal shoppers to build on.” 

Nashville-area consumers are buying groceries from a variety of companies, from grocery stores to grocery stores and grocery delivery services, but the company has a reputation for being one of the most efficient.

In 2018, the company reported a net profit of $1.3 million, with an operating margin of more than 55%.

That year, the stock jumped more than 11% to a record high. 

Reno’s grocery stores have more than a dozen locations across the Nashville region.

The newest reno location will open this week in the city’s East End neighborhood, according to a release. 

“Reno has established a strong foundation for growth,” Jankowksi said.

“With a growing number of local businesses in our area, the ability to offer customers a fresh and easy choice of groceries and services, and the continued growth of the Reno brand, we are excited to expand our footprint.” 

The company’s new Nashville store will have a shelf of more 400 different items and a menu that includes a fresh produce section, as well as salads, sandwiches, soups and more. 

The Atlanta branch of Reno will have about 100 items on offer, and it will be a smaller store.

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