How California grocers can compete with Wal-Mart

10/27/2003 | USA Today

Wal-Mart has yet to open a Supercenter in California, but its low-price strategy is fueling cost-cutting measures among potential competitors that have sent 70,000 grocery workers to the picket lines. One retail analyst says in order for grocery stores to compete against these lower-cost Supercenters, they will need to offer something else besides low prices, such as fresher produce, a variety of brands or better locations.

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