TORONTO — With the specter of a U.S. supercenter invasion hanging over them, representatives from Canada’s big three conventional supermarket chains last week said they would rely on innovation and differentiation to defend their turf amid a coming explosion in retail square footage. As previously reported, Minneapolis-based Target is scheduled to enter Canada by taking over former Zeller’s stores beginning early next year. Wal-Mart Stores, based in Bentonville, Ark., ...
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