HOUSTON -- The competition is tougher, but Randalls' video program keeps getting better. Randalls Food Markets here was one of the first chains to rent videos, starting as early as 1980. Today, it remains the standard against which many measure supermarket video programs. Meanwhile, rental competition in its home Houston market is intensifying as Albertson's and video specialist Hollywood Video expand into the market, as Kroger puts well-appointed 3,500-tape live departments into its newer ...

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