NEW YORK -- Wall Street has failed to recognize individual food retailing companies as good investment opportunities and instead has bought into myths that food retailers are boring, suffering from low inflation and operating in an overstored landscape. As a result, food retailers' stocks are unfairly lumped together by investors -- and also lumped together incorrectly with nonfood retailers, said George Thompson, senior analyst at Prudential Securities here. Speaking at the New York ...

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