This year isn't very old, but it already seems apparent that 2007 might be titled “the year of recovery.” We've seen several manifestations of that in this space and in these pages this year. Specifically, the “recovery” is traditional supermarket operators' maintenance of business, and recovery of business, that was previously ebbing away to other channels of trade. A more tangible sign of renewed interest in traditional food retailing may be indicated by the good turnouts at a couple of ...

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