LOS ANGELES -- The labor dispute in Southern California may have changed local shopping patterns forever, industry sources told SN. Less than two months after the 20-week strike-lockout here ended, it still isn't clear where market shares will end up -- back with the chains where they came from or back with the alternative outlets where they went during the dispute. Most observers believe it will fall somewhere in between, with Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons regaining the lion's share but ...

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