Consumers are worried about the economy, supermarket operators are slashing prices, and food stores are closing left and right - in other words, conditions are perfect for industry stocks to perform. The factors that have long troubled investors about the supermarket sector are no longer as worrisome, as operators have established strategies for capturing sales and translating them into profits. So while market watchers see turmoil in other industries amid rising inflation and gas prices, ...

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