If you believe the predictions somberly passed around nowadays, there will be a radical change in the landscape of food retailing by the turn of the century, or shortly thereafter. Many small to mid-sized traditional supermarket retailers will be out of business. Others will be merged and purged. Everyone will be challenged to survive. And that's the word, isn't it? Survive. Everyone will be pressed to survive the growth of food sales outside the traditional supermarket. Survive. You can't ...
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