MONTREAL — In what Metro Inc. called a "breakthrough in the ethnic foods market," the retailer here said Wednesday that it had acquired a 55% stake in retailer Marche Adonis and in its distributor Phoenicia Products. Adonis operates four stores specializing in Mediterranean products and is currently building a fifth, all in Quebec. It also operates warehouses distributing Phoenicia and Cedar brand products in Montreal and Toronto. Marche Adonis will continue to be operated by its founders, ...

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