Who should be most concerned about Wal-Mart's relentless growth march: food retailers or food suppliers? So far, the answer is easy: food retailers. They are pressed to the wall by competition with the Arkansas giant. Last week, the steady stream of news about Wal-Mart's expansion continued. The retailer was making moves to finally enter Chicago after operating stores on that city's outskirts. Wal-Mart is seeking a permit to demolish an empty shampoo factory and replace it with a store that ...

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