MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here said it has eliminated a handful of corporate and support staff to eliminate redundancies left over from its 2007 acquisition of 130 Albertsons stores — the first “workforce re-balancing” in the company’s 57-year history, Steve Junquiero, president and chief operating officer, pointed out. He said the number of layoffs will amount to less than one-quarter of 1% of the total workforce; observers estimated this represents about 40 people. ...

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