PHOENIX -- Improved operations and new business strategies helped supermarket operators fight market pressures and achieve better-than-average financial results in 1995, according to a study by Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group's Consumer Intensive Business Practice here. r nontraditional food operators, the firm's seventh annual grocery industry study, "Benchmarking for Success," has found. In the last five years, sales growth has slowed because of a mature domestic market, low ...

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