"If you don't have it, they'll find it somewhere else." -- Nick White, executive VP, supercenters, Wal-Mart Stores The conventional wisdom about the face-off between supermarkets and supercenters has long been that supermarkets have a good edge because supercenter operators -- including the giant Wal-Mart Stores -- don't put much energy into selling perishables, such as produce. But the truism has been slowly becoming less true for a while now, largely because -- as the quote above from a ...

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