MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said the addition of new business helped it achieve record sales for the third quarter ended Nov. 29. o $40.25 million for the quarter -- despite the loss of equity income resulting from the sale of ShopKo Stores during the second quarter, the company noted -- and 46.8% for the year to date. Food-distribution sales increased 2.6% to $3.6 billion for the quarter and 1.7% to $11.4 billion for the 40 weeks, with Supervalu "continuing to gain market share in both ...

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