SN REPORT K -- Is a 30% market-share solution in the cards for Super Kmart Centers, or is it an impossible dream? As reported last week, Dennis Carter, vice president of food at Super Kmart, Troy, Mich., told an industry group that supercenter market saturation is likely to occur nationwide by 2003, so the game will belong to the swift. He said Kmart's goal is to "expand aggressively in order to achieve significant market share of the industry. For us, that means gaining and maintaining a ...

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