NEW YORK -- Investors bought turnaround stories in food-retailing stocks last year as the economy plunged into recession. With hopes for an economic recovery beginning in the first or second quarter of this year, securities analysts told SN they don't expect last year's robust stock-performance pattern to be repeated anytime soon. On a weekly basis, SN tracks prices and performance of the publicly traded food-retailing and wholesaler stocks. Performance compares the SN Composite Index, ...

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