Target Sets Supercenter Test division of Dayton Hudson here, will test a supercenter format with a discount department store and full-line grocery operation. "Supercenters are still in the developmental stage, but we have plans for a small-scale test of a supercenter," Carolyn Brookter, a Target spokeswoman, told SN. She declined to explain what the company means by "a small-scale test." Two of Target's primary competitors -- Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., and Kmart Corp., Troy, ...

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