Minneapolis is a throwback — a fragmented grocery marketplace with several local and regional supermarket operators but none of the industry’s largest conventional players to force market consolidation. Nor are there any signs market consolidation is imminent. “Minneapolis is one of the more competitive markets in the U.S., and it’s competitive at every price level,” one market observer told SN. It has a wide variety of major operators — including ...

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