SALISBURY, N.C. — Bottom Dollar, Delhaize’s nascent discount chain, said Thursday that it would open 21 stores in the greater Philadelphia market. The new stores would join a field of established competitors already suffering from the economy and recent arrivals of Wal-Mart and Wegmans. For Delhaize, the stores would also begin to bridge the gap between its Food Lion territory in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast and its New England-based Hannaford chain. The company earlier this year began ...

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