Target Corp. has been able to increase its share of grocery sales by as much as three percentage points in some markets through the rollout of its PFresh remodels in 2011, according to the new market-share data from Metro Market Studies, Tucson, Ariz. The data examine 10 markets in which Target added the most PFresh remodels in 2011, from Providence, R.I., where the company revamped nine stores to include the expanded grocery offering, to Seattle, where Target went from zero to 25 PFresh ...

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