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SUPERMARKETS LESS SUPER

The size of new supermarkets in the United States is getting smaller, ending an eight-year upward trend in store size, according to the Food Marketing Institute. The typical new supermarket was 40,000 square feet in 1989, compared to 40,800 square feet in 1988.

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