CLEVELAND -- Two supermarket chains are fighting a knockdown, drag-out fight for health and beauty care market share in this metropolitan area with competitors that include the usual national chains, but also two highly aggressive regional drug chains that place a heavy emphasis on food. The battle underscores the intense, multi-layered competition that supermarkets face around the country as they attempt to recapture or retain this type of business. Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, and Tops ...
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