MONTREAL -- Grocery sales in Canada increased 4.2% in 1994 to $53 billion -- well below the 7.6% increase experienced in 1993, according to the 1995 State of the Industry Report. An official for the Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors here, which compiled the report, was unable to pinpoint why the sales increase within Canada was lower in 1994 than in 1993. The 4.2% sales increase in Canada compared with a 6.2% increase in grocery sales in the United States during the comparable period, ...

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