TORONTO — Loblaw here is closing various stores for 24 hours to re-set groceries as part of its turnaround effort, according to a published report Wednesday. Affected stores have been closing on Mondays, according to the Dow Jones report, and relate to changes in layouts and product adjacencies. In a research report published earlier this month, Perry Caicco, an analyst for CIBC World Markets, said the changes at Loblaw stores include new cut-ins for items like coffee, pasta and salad ...

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