ST. LOUIS -- Save-A-Lot, the limited-assortment retailer based here, is widening its geographic and customer bases as it marks its 20th year. The only thing limited about Save-A-Lot's expansion plan is the range of products sold, which remains about 1,250 stockkeeping units to provide the efficiencies to cut costs and prices. In an interview with SN, William Moran Jr., president and chief executive officer, who founded Save-A-Lot in 1978, said the company plans to more than double its ...

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