TROY, Mich. -- Food sales are unlikely to figure prominently in the comeback strategy of Kmart Corp. here, according to retail consultants and other industry observers interviewed last week by SN. In contrast, the company -- which is scheduled to emerge today from the largest retail bankruptcy reorganization in U.S. history -- said food remains an important part of its offering. A Kmart spokesman told SN, "I don't think much has changed except that we reduced our supercenter portfolio by ...

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