Conclusion: Thanks for the memories: The supermarket

December 1996
Progressive Grocer;Dec96, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p96
Trade Publication
Questions which social channel the supermarkets in America must utilize to ensure their survival in the future. Social and political forces which shaped the supermarket industry.


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