NEW YORK -- A radical redesign of Center Store may be conventional supermarkets' only chance for survival in a field that's increasingly dominated by mass-market retailers and alternative formats, experts said at a retail conference here last week. Such a future was one of seven possible scenarios identified by UBS, a global financial company, and Sterling-Rice Group, a branding firm specializing in the food industries. The companies presented ideas they thought could play out in the next ...
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