CHARLOTTE — In a move that had been anticipated for months, Publix Super Markets last week confirmed its intentions to invade North Carolina, revealing plans to build its first store in Ballantyne and a Charlotte-based division for further growth in the Tar Heel State. The announcement foretells a battle between Publix and local market share leader Harris Teeter, two Southern food-retailing icons with similar reputations for service and quality. Those two retailers last battled ...
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