With 68 grocery stores in the seven-county Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area — plus a fleet of GetGo convenience stores and gas stations — Giant Eagle controls more than 33% of the total food market in the Steel City. That’s more than twice the share of its next-largest competitor, Wal-Mart Stores. It’s also a lot of ground to defend. While conventional competitors are considerably fewer in Pittsburgh than they are across the state in Philadelphia, niche ...

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