MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said last week store closings and the end of a supply agreement with Kmart earlier in the year resulted in lower sales and earnings for the second quarter and first half ended Sept. 8. il food segment, sales rose 0.8% to $2.2 million for the quarter and 2.9% to $5 billion for the half; sales in the distribution segment were down 20% to $2.6 billion for the quarter and 10.5% to $6.7 billion for the half. Jeff Noddle, president and chief executive officer, said ...

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