TAMPA, Fla. -- The major supermarket players in this sports-minded southern city on the Gulf of Mexico have beefed up their presence as they try harder to attract consumers' meals dollars. They're driven by each other, but even more so by an ever-increasing number of restaurants, local observers said. While Tampa residents vie for a chance to see the Buccaneers battle it out in their new football stadium this fall, retailers are pushing further into the meals arena with plays designed to ...
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