Changing demographics and an ongoing influx of non-union, price-impact food retailers are challenging some of the conventional operators in Sacramento, Calif. The move by a growing number of young professionals escaping the Bay Area in search of a better quality of life has opened the door for a wider variety of food retailers to enter California’s capital city. In the last few months Sprouts and Fresh & Easy have set up shop in Sacramento, with Walmart Neighborhood Markets ...

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