Store gallery: Loblaws takes a fresh approach to food retailing

The front of the store is dedicated to the spacious cafe, while the fruit and vegetable aisles are extensive

Canadian based retailer Loblaws has turned the conventional supermarket format on its head in its Toronto flagship. John Ryan investigates what they are doing differently.

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