SAN DIEGO — Union members dressed as Minutemen and Minutewomen appeared at an industry conference here to denounce the impending “British invasion” of Tesco and to announce a campaign to educate consumers, lawmakers and opinion leaders about the potential dangers posed by Tesco as it prepares to open it first U.S. stores. The company is scheduled to begin opening its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets in Southern California, Las Vegas and Phoenix in about six weeks. “Tesco is the Wal-Mart ...

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