After a year when supermarket operators took some big strides in creating differentiated formats, they hope to stay ahead of their nontraditional competitors in 2005 by focusing on the quality of the products in their perimeter departments and through increased levels of service. "The critical question facing all food retailers in 2005 is how to strategically differentiate their shopping experience in a highly competitive food industry that is increasingly price sensitive," said David ...

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