Dos Filename %%s6n18&a.arc%% r for pet food sales, and supermarkets are following a number of strategies to tussle with competitive formats. Some examples: · Carrying more top-of-the-line dog foods and fancier treats. -- Rainbow Foods, Hopkins, Minn. Going with bigger sizes, operating bulk sections in stores, taking smaller margins on most pet products. -- Harvest Foods, Little Rock, Ark. Putting many pet food items on everyday low pricing, carrying more club-size items, putting ...
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