Not long ago, SN joined a tour of several food-driven formats in Dallas, one of which was a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market. That's the discounter's small food and pharmacy store. Take a look at the report , written by Barbara Murray, on page 35 and you'll see a great deal about how the store looks in Dallas, the price points offered and so on. One observation is that Wal-Mart seems to be dropping the convention of ending prices in a "9" in favor of "8" or whole dollars. But before you get ...

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