Try as it might, the perennial runner-up can't exceed its competition in gaining shares.
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Employees at Southern California's top three grocery giants are readying to strike over health benefits.
Rio Ranch Market plans a 24/7 store on Cesar Chavez to compete with Target and Ralph's and possible words of warning for Trader Joe's.
Ralph's is enjoying success in the last quarter, while restaurant smokers are more likely to light up than others.
Los Angeles plans to donate leftover food following big events and two new markets are in South Central's future.
Stater Bros. supermarket holds a car classic.
Ralph's gets a thumbs-up for being a well-executed supermarket; Von's does not.
LeVar Burton and Gelsons tangle over the actor's grocery bill.
But organic food is much cheaper. Take that, New York and Chicago!