MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. here could open an average of one food distribution center per year for the next 10 years to serve a rapidly expanding number of SuperTarget locations, according to a New York-based analyst. Deborah Weinswig, an analyst with Citigroup Global Markets, in a written report said Target's decision to open its own food warehouses could enable the growth of SuperTargets to mirror that of Wal-Mart Supercenters over the 14 years since Wal-Mart began opening its own food ...

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