Five ways supermarkets are competing in the grocery wars

Traditional grocery stores have lost 15 percent of the market share in the past 10 years, but many are offering new products, formats and services in an effort to win back shoppers. SupermarketGuru's Phil Lempert offers five ways in which grocery chains are evolving to compete, using everything from in-store dining to smaller formats. Story

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