It turns out that 1994 was something of a contradiction when it comes to the share performance of the approximately 50 publicly traded food-related retailing and wholesaling companies in North America. As is shown in SN's front-page news analysis of last year's share prices, there were some big winners and some big losers. Surprisingly, Safeway shares outpaced all other food-trade stocks last year when the stocks are ranked by percentage of gain or loss. Safeway started last year at about ...

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