BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Corp. here said last week it is testing an expanded food assortment at a handful of its discount stores "to provide additional convenience for customers."
The new assortment adds frozen food and prepackaged meats to the bread, eggs and milk that Wal-Mart has been testing for a year to complement its basic offerings of chips, soda, juices and canned goods. Industry observers said bread, eggs and milk will be offered at all 1,900 discount stores this summer.
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