Limited-assortment banners offer retailers a potentially tidy arrangement: They attract customers with a low-price structure that cuts across all demographics, while providing the operators with a cost-effective way of moving their highest-volume Center Store items. There's more. Retailers looking to maintain real-estate holdings unable to support a successful full-service unit are opening these downsized, minimally staffed stores, selling not only the most basic of products, but often, ...
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