Participants in Part Two of SN’s Financial Analysts’ Roundtable express reservations about the new, smaller food retailing venues
Small-format stores are unlikely to have much impact on conventional supermarkets anytime soon, analysts said during SN's 13th annual Financial Analysts' Roundtable in New York. Participants in the roundtable, Part One of which was covered in the Sept. 1 issue of SN, also weighed in on club warehouses, assessed the integration process of recent industry mergers and made some predictions about future industry trends. Among the emerging trends discussed was the sudden proliferation of new, ...
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