MINNEAPOLIS - Target Corp. here said it planned to add more self-service deli items, "including soups, side salads, value-added meats and desserts," in its SuperTarget stores while it also continues to expand its food offerings in many of its traditional discount stores. In a conference call with analysts discussing its results for the fourth quarter that ended Jan. 28, the company said it opened 22 new SuperTarget stores last year and was continuing to roll out its newest prototype - which ...

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