MINNEAPOLIS -- Target Corp. here said last week it plans to increase the private-label penetration of food in its SuperTarget units, and feature food more prominently in its new and remodeled regular Target stores. During a conference call with industry analysts to discuss results for the third quarter and 39 weeks ended Nov. 1, Gregg Steinhafel, president of the company's Target Stores division, said the company will introduce 1,000 new private-label items featuring Target's Archer Farms ...

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