For as many store casualties and market exits reported by large, publicly run supermarket companies over the last two years, there are savvy independents ready to seize opportunities by turning underperforming real estate into a growth asset. In some cases, independents who have established a strong identity and good reputation within their local markets are being courted by communities needing a supermarket. Consequently, grocers can take advantage of reasonable lease rates as well as ...

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