MINNEAPOLIS -- Target Corp.'s new key initiative for the coming year is to pump up customer-visit frequency, company executives said at the annual shareholders meeting here last week. During the brief meeting, at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, food was identified as being among the product lines Target will expand and promote to further its goal of attaining higher customer traffic. Others include pharmacy, one-hour photo, mom-and-baby merchandising and the bull's-eye logo Target Visa. ...

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