In the growing battle between supermarkets and supercenters, the bottom line is, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Supermarkets are bracing for more serious conflict in the next few years as supercenters soar in number and fan out into new markets. In this issue, SN assesses the supercenter drama from a number of angles, with separate stories focusing on the big-three discounters-turned-supercenter operators, the supermarkets' battle strategies, the consumer's view and an international ...

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