According to Josh Austin, it opened as a Food Lane supermarket in 1962 but was later expanded into a Laneco department store. After this closed in 1997, TJ Bart's (a local chain) moved in, closing by about 2005. C-Town, owned by Juan Diaz, moved in soon thereafter, remaining in business until about 2012. Easton Food Market, a Pioneer supermarket, moved in (possibly even keeping the store open during the transition). The store itself is quite large, and commenters on Josh's Flickr page say that C-Town blocked off part of the sales floor, so it's possible EFM has reopened all of the sales floor space.
I was very surprised and impressed with Easton Food Market, a very clean, well-stocked, and full-service supermarket. Plus, the staff went out of their way to be friendly. Definitely stop by if you're ever in the area!
And if my tour isn't enough...the About Us page has a great set of photos that show the whole place very thoroughly.
Easton Food Market250 Line St, Easton, PA
Open Mon-Sat 8AM-9PM, Sun 8AM-8PM
My Rating: ★★★★★