NORFOLK, Neb. -- Retailers should stress their points of differentiation when faced with competitive supercenter openings, a panel of retailers served by Affiliated Foods Midwest here said at AFM's fall food show. Since last April, Wal-Mart Stores has opened supercenters that compete with stores operated by each of the panelists. Clarence Kaslon, owner of Grand Central Foods, York, Neb., said he found it hard to believe "Wal-Mart would come to a town as small as 8,000, but ...
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