Without a lot of fanfare, the limited-assortment store format is on the move. From northeast Texas, where Supervalu is expanding the operations of the limited-assortment stores it acquired earlier this year, to eastern Pennsylvania, the market where Aldi is adding new units almost monthly, the diminutive stores are sprouting up with increasing frequency. According to a Willard Bishop Consulting study of 14 grocery store formats, about 200 limited-assortment stores should be added in the ...

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