CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A basket of promotionally priced items at a Target store in northeast Massachusetts was less expensive than a basket of everyday-low-priced items at a Wal-Mart located less than five miles away, according to a study by Kantar Retail here — the third time in five surveys that Target's overall basket was lower-priced than Wal-Mart's. The survey, conducted in January, compared prices at single units of Target and Wal-Mart on 39 items — 13 edible groceries, 12 non-edible ...
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