LONDON - Tesco is pulling away from the retail pack when it comes to selling nonfood in the U.K., according to a major research study. In particular, Tesco, based in Cheshunt, England, has made significant gains on Wal-Mart-owned Asda, Leeds, England, in the last few years in most nonfood categories, according to "How Britain Shops," a survey of 6,000 shoppers by Verdict Research, which is part of the Datamonitor Group here. The study, which measures frequency of visits among retailers' ...

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