ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. — Traditional supermarket operators showed strong sales growth in 2006, but they will still lose share to non-traditional operators over the next five years, according to a presentation yesterday by The Food Institute here and Barrington, Ill.-based Willard Bishop Consulting. Bishop projected that traditional supermarkets will see their share of the $859 billion U.S. market for food and consumables fall to 37.3% by 2011, down from 44.1% today. Supercenters, despite the ...
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