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Neighborhood vibes keep smaller grocers afloat as chains battle for supremacy

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“The actual connection to the community is a differentiator for a regional player,” said John Clear of Alvarez & Marsal Consumer and Retail Group. “It can be in an old-school kind of way, where employees at that store may have worked there for 30 years. They’re literally part of the community — the store manager is a coach for one of the local teams. A lot of the successful regional players lean into that.”

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Smaller grocers such as Shop ’n Save, with more than 90 independently owned and operated stores in Western Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Ohio and West Virginia, and Kuhn’s Market, a neighborhood staple with eight locations in the area, have cards to play.

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