WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket food prices are taking somewhat of a tumble in many categories -- never good news for retailers struggling to keep profit margins strong. But analysts say that in the scheme of overall business, the decline doesn't ring a warning bell about retailers' bottom lines, partly because stores are adjusting to the changes. The drop in food prices, while not dramatic -- dipping in recent months a half of a percentage point in many sectors -- is nonetheless expected ...

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