British Invasion of Grocer Tesco To Shake Up U.S. Marketplace

August 2007
National Real Estate Investor;Aug2007, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the possible affect of bringing up retail merchandising chain Tesco PLC on U.S. marketplace. The fear had started when Tesco planned on launching a chain of stores in the western U.S. under the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market brand name. It was revealed that Tesco wanted to be place where customers could easily go and shop in two or three times a week, or even pick up items. It was suggested that grocer should have to adjust by upgrading stores and product lines.


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