MINNEAPOLIS — Based on early results from test stores, Target Corp. here plans to expand its offerings of fresh food and produce at 100 of its general-merchandise stores by the end of the year as part of an effort to boost sales, though the locations of these stores is unknown. The retailer first tested the new format last year at two of its locations in Minnesota, then added eight test locations in other states earlier this year. The test stores now carry 50%-200% more food products than ...

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