TROY, Mich. -- Kmart here said last week it is focusing on product layout, selection and pricing in its efforts to improve its food offering, which it called an "underperforming" area. During a conference call with reporters, following release of the company's results for the second quarter ended July 31, Julian Day, Kmart's chief operating officer, was asked to identify specific changes he might make in Kmart's food offering and replied, "There are some questions as to our adjacencies, ...

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