SN: Will the focus on fresh foods continue to be a high consumer priority for the long term? And if that is the case, how will that affect dry groceries and other nonfresh categories? r outlets lack the proper storage and handling facilities. HOSEY: Competition from alternative formats has increased so much that we have to try hard to do a lot of things better than they do, and fresh foods -- including quality and variety -- is one way to gain a competitive edge. The convenience factor ...

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