For supermarkets looking for additional locations, it's a renter's market out there. “There's a lot of opportunities coming to the marketplace,” one active player told SN. Despite the challenges of opening in recycled locations, as described in the July 26 issue of SN, several operators have found the abundance of available real estate is too affordable to pass up. And with a rash of recent supermarket closings announced, and additional locations on the market from a wave of bankruptcies ...

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