BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores here continues its onslaught on the food industry by aggressively expanding its supercenter division. But other than refining fresh food offerings in its supercenters, the company is not expected to significantly alter its current U.S. strategies for the format -- at least for the next few years, according to industry observers. Those proven strategies include gearing expansion toward rural markets; focusing future supercenter growth on conversions and ...

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