CHICAGO -- The resilient supermarket industry continues to score well on profit performance despite intense pressure on the sales and inflation fronts. Operators are driving the bottom line through efficiencies while recognizing the need to plan for future growth through merchandising experiments such as meal programs. But major shifts in the way supermarkets are run may require reassessments of the traditional ways they measure their success. Those were some key messages last week from ...

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