A look at supermarket mergers of the 1990s indicates that a recent spate of consolidation could lower prices for shoppers but also reduce promotions. Scott Mushkin, food-retail analyst at Wolfe Research, says there is still plenty of competition, especially compared with other industries.
Supermarket consolidation could decrease prices
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