Meat shop owner struggles as new grocery store moves in

Andy Elder, who runs a small meat shop in Toronto, is concerned about the impact of a large grocery store that opened nearby. His sales were rising in 2012, but they dropped on a year-over-year basis during the three months after the store opened. Experts suggest that Elder can stay competitive by focusing on high-quality products and by offering delivery to expand his geographic reach.

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