Discount prices are a common denominator for many U.S. food shoppers these days as low prices have become the main draw at many different outlets that now sell food. Traditional food retailers may consider this the lowest common denominator in a food retailing world where the almighty dollar drives consumers to shop multiple venues to get the best deal in town. The national/regional supermarket chains are trying to counter-attack the alternative formats and win back shoppers. Consumers in ...

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