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By Jim McLain, Ventura County Star, Calif. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 27--Tresierras Supermarkets, an ethnic grocery chain that has targeted Southern California's vast Latino population since 1944, is scheduled to open its first store in Oxnard on Saturday.
The 24,000-square-foot store, Tresierras' third Ventura County location, is at 133 W. Pleasant Valley Road. The building housed the Oxnard Ranch Market until it closed in March.
Tresierras opened a Camarillo store in December and has had another store in Santa Paula since 1997. The family-owned company also has four Los Angeles-area stores, with plans to open a fifth in Santa Clarita this summer.
Oxnard's population of more than 180,000 is 66.2 percent Hispanic, …