While industry watchers are generally in agreement that Target stores are destined to be a hit when they open in Canada next year, Target’s impact on the food business is considerably murkier. The uncertainty even extends to Target’s food supplier. Sobeys, the Stellarton, Nova Scotia-based retailer, was selected as Target’s provider of frozen, dairy and dry groceries, including its private brands. But estimates of the size of the business and its impact on Sobeys have ...

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