MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here on Tuesday said it had completed its previously announced plan to amend and extend its revolving credit facility and a portion of its term loans. In a statement, Pamela Knous, Supervalu’s chief financial officer, said the amendment — along with ongoing debt reduction efforts — “represent important milestones toward ensuring our future liquidity.” According to a published report, the amendment pushes $1.5 billion in revolving credit from June 2011 to June 2015. ...

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