Supermarket operators seeking to differentiate themselves from Wal-Mart or even from other traditional food retailers could do worse than to pay a visit to the new prototype stores that Marsh Supermarkets opened in the last two months. As detailed in a feature beginning on Page 12, those two stores, the first of at least four such "new lifestyle" supermarkets planned by the Indianapolis-based retailer, represent a re-thinking of the way food can be merchandised in a supermarket. Rather than ...

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