DALLAS -- There's a dogfight under way in this rapidly growing marketplace, a fierce battle that includes some of the nation's largest chains, all trying to get a piece of the region's sweetening grocery pie. Frozen food departments have become strategic battle sites in the clash. New, larger departments, a strong emphasis on price and heavy advertising are just a few of the tactics being used to quash the competition. The top-three chains in the area, according to local market observers, ...
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