MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter Supermarkets is bolstering its presence in its headquarters market of Charlotte — possibly as a defense against the encroaching footprint of Southeast powerhouse Publix Super Markets, according to one analyst. The store swap the company unveiled this month with Lowes Foods — in which Harris Teeter picked up 10 Lowes stores in Charlotte and central North Carolina — promises to strengthen Harris Teeter’s No. 1 share in the ...
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