TORONTO — Acknowledging problems that go beyond supply chain glitches, the new leaders of Loblaw Cos. here last week laid out a long-term plan to fix the embattled retailer on several fronts. Loblaw will lower prices, increase private-label penetration, improve fresh food merchandising and revamp the Real Canadian Superstore banner as part of a recovery that will take three to five years, Galen Weston Jr., the newly named executive chairman of Canada's largest retailer, said in a ...
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