Though located in disparate corners of the map, and constructed with different building blocks, Austin, Atlanta and Las Vegas share some common characteristics that the supermarket industry can't help notice. All three are among the fastest-growing cities in the United States during the last 10 years, and consequently have been some of the busiest hubs of supermarket development and expansion. Growing cities are vital for the health of the supermarket industry, which experts say has shown ...

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