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  • Urban Outfitters is going to sell food in-store
  • Urban Outfitters is going to sell food in-store
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Urban Outfitters is going to sell food in-store

Fashion retailer Urban Outfitters is known for appealing to hipster tastes, and it's reflected in the brand's stores, featuring coffee shops, hair salons and even art galleries. The chain is now looking to expand even further, with its second ‘life concept’ store set to open in November.



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