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Target to give grocery a new look at 30 Texas stores

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 20, 2016

Target will remodel the grocery departments in 30 of its stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth market with new shelves and lighting fixtures designed to look more like a fresh grocer than a typical Target store. The retailer tested the new look in 25 stores in the Los Angeles area before deciding to take it to Texas, spokeswoman Katie Boylan said. The Dallas Morning News (tiered subscription model) (09/15)


H-E-B answers call for free-from items with new private label

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 19, 2016

Food City flagship grabs regional attention

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 22, 2016

Publix cashier enjoys a career built on relationships

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 23, 2016

Trader Joe's to open 3 stores in competitive markets

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 21, 2016

Demand for Meijer's delivery service creates jobs

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 22, 2016

Price Chopper continues Market 32 expansion with Conn. store

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 21, 2016

Shoppers have best emotional experiences at supermarkets, study finds

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 20, 2016

CPGs tempt consumers with own stores

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 21, 2016

Dollar General to hire thousands to staff new stores

FMI dailyLead® | Sep 19, 2016


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