Sainsbury's, M&S grow book range

<p>The influence of supermarkets on the book market is to continue to grow following the news that Sainsbury's and Marks&amp;Spencer plan to increase their book ranges. Sainsbury's is rolling out extended ranges in 65 stores before Christmas and a further 40 by the end of its financial year end in March, while rival Marks&amp;Spencer will stock trade titles for the first time as part of its
new "lifestore" project.

Sainsbury's plans to double its book sales in 2004. From March, it will consider which additional stores in the 460-strong chain would benefit from books development. The move f...

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