The stratified and growing Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, market is served by diverse supermarkets that range, cost-wise, from the new Wal-Mart neighborhood format to EatZi's, which specializes in prepared meals. About 100 independent grocers were given an insider's tour of some of the region's supermarkets in conjunction with the National Grocers Association convention, held in Dallas earlier this year. The tour, led by several executives from Fleming, took two groups to the Wal-Mart, a Super ...

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