As the National Grocers Association convenes its Annual Convention and Supermarket Synergy Showcase in Las Vegas this week, SN takes a closer look at four independents that are defying the economic downturn and forging ahead with bold new stores. The profiles on the following pages examine four independent operators — two in Wilmington, Del., and two in the Provo, Utah, area — that are stepping out of their comfort zones and experimenting with large, full-service supermarkets in new ...

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