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    Kamyar Adl (2009) ©
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Providing the French with fresh food

The supermarket landscape in France is shifting. While retailers have had to cater to an increasing number of online shoppers, the industry is conscious of the need to supply the French desire for high quality produce more readily. As a result, new shopping formats are popping up across the countrywide. 

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