CANADIAN GROCERS EXPAND ONLINE SERVICES AFTER AMAZON ACQUIRES WHOLE FOODS CHAIN

Metro Inc. is looking to expand its online grocery offerings to Ontario next year, making it the latest Canadian retailer to ramp up its e-commerce options in the face of potential competition from Amazon.

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