AUSTRALIA: Foodland to go head to head with retail goliaths
West Australian supermarket chain Foodland is set to head to head with retail giants Woolworths and Coles Myer on the country's eastern seaboard. Shortly after the group posted a 16% increase in its first quarter profit, Foodland revealed ambitious plans to open as many as 50 stores throughout Queensland over the course of the next five years. CEO Trevor Coates told the Daily
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