CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid is in discussion with Supervalu on the future of their combination drug and discount grocery stores, which continue to show strong sales, Rite Aid officials said. Speaking in a conference call with financial analysts, John Standley, Rite-Aid’s chief executive officer, said comparable-store sales at the 10 Rite-Aid stores in the Greenville, S.C., market that were co-branded with Save-A-Lot in a licensing arrangement last year were up by 83% during the ...

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