CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Wal-Mart Stores’ own supercenters exhibited lower prices in a comparison with Amazon and Walmart.com, though each option had its own strengths, according to a study by Kantar Retail here. Selecting 36 national-brand items from edible grocery, non-edible grocery, HBC and general merchandise, the study found supercenters had the lowest overall prices in the two consumables categories and was tied in HBC. Walmart.com was priced 7% above supercenters overall, ...

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