MINNEAPOLIS -- Target Stores will be offering more food in more stores in the year ahead. The retailer, based here, saw consumables boost sales in the past year. Target plans to reinforce its "Eat Well, Pay Less" message in its SuperTarget stores, where food is sold, by broadening its meal solutions and assortment of foods with a healthy aura. Company officials revealed these changes in a recent fourth-quarter and year-end conference call with financial analysts. More prepared foods, ...

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