PITTSBURGH -- Food is clearly the emphasis in any state-of-the-art supermarket, and Giant Eagle's new flagship store in the Cleveland suburb of Lyndhurst, Ohio, is no exception. Specialized nonfood departments that compare favorably with specialty stores are a big part of Giant Eagle's strategy. For example, the chain's Iggle video and entertainment sections have a long and respected track record in video rental, and are now building up in sell-through. Other nonfood departments of note in ...

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