NEW YORK — The rate at which traditional supermarkets in the U.S. lose share to alternative formats will slow as the leading grocers roll out sales-building strategies, according to a research note from Moody’s Investors Service here. "We expect supermarkets to reduce prices, reward loyal customers and expand offerings of organic products and private-label items to woo customers and boost sales," said Mickey Chadha, a Moody's vice president and senior analyst. ...
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