The family-owned and operated Big Y in New England is on the hunt. The Springfield, Mass.-based retailer is pursuing an offensive strategy designed to gain advantage over the competition and check encroachment into Big Y markets in western Massachusetts and southern Connecticut. Now in its 70th year of operation, Big Y is not resting on past laurels. With sales of $1.2 billion, the 56-store chain, including two freestanding liquor stores, is aggressively building new ground-up, $10 million ...

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