STOP & SHOP'S EFFORTS to fix its pricing may be paying off in increased market share in Boston, according to the latest data from Metro Market Studies, Tucson, Ariz. The No. 1 operator with 23.1% of the grocery market, Quincy, Mass.-based Stop & Shop has aggressively cut prices throughout the store in recent years under the auspices of parent company Ahold, Amsterdam. The chain operates 73 locations in the seven-county area of Metro Boston, which counts a population of about 4.5 ...

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