Uncharted territory: Foodland's expansion is challenging the sector's giants
With the demise of Franklins, Australia's retail scene has changed dramatically. Most importantly, WA chain Foodland has evolved into a serious contender to the supermarket sector's giants, Woolworths and Coles Myer. A foray into Queensland is looking promising, but this week it looked as though Foodland's plans for expansion in New Zealand have been thwarted by competition concerns. just-food.com correspondent David Robertson takes a look at where Foodland's headed.
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