American cities are on the rebound and supermarket retailers are increasingly attuned to the fact that cities offer opportunities as a new retailing frontier. At least they should realize that, and many do. To cite just two previously reported examples of such activity, Shaw's Supermarkets opened a store in the Dwight section of New Haven, Conn., last month and Pathmark Stores plans to open a store in the Harlem section of New York City in December. American cities were largely abandoned by ...

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