RICHMOND, Va. — Grocery shoppers here, as elsewhere, are dividing their food-shopping trips among several retailers. SN touched base with one such customer, “Anita,” a working mother of three in suburban Richmond. Anita said she used to shop most often at the Food Lion closest to her home, but recently has sought out what she feels is a better product selection and overall offer at Kroger. “They have a really good weekly circular that makes it easy to plan my weekly menu around their sale ...

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