Many non-supermarket retailers are devoting increasing attention to their nonfood offerings, luring consumers with some combination of low prices and/or convenience. ores and convenience stores. Each type of retailer takes a slightly different approach to food retailing, and within each segment, individual chains further differentiate themselves from each other through their varied approaches to food retailing. In the club-store segment, for example, Sam's Club, a division of Wal-Mart ...

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