As the cliche goes, everything is bigger in Texas. That certainly applies to food retailing in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. Wal-Mart Stores' evolution into a force in food retail looms bigger there than virtually any metro area in the country. Since the Bentonville, Ark.-based mass merchant selected the Dallas-Fort Worth area to experiment with placement of both its supercenter and Neighborhood Market concepts, it has grown to the point where it has not only caught the leaders in market ...
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