MONTREAL — In a move that parallels one made by rival Loblaw Cos. two years ago, Metro Inc. here last week said it has acquired a 55% stake in Marché Adonis — a small, ethnically oriented food retailer — and its distributor, Phoenicia Products. Specific terms of the investment were not disclosed. Marché Adonis operates three retail stores in Montreal and one in nearby Laval, all known for their Mediterranean specialty offerings and expertise in ...

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