Grocery stocks took a tumble during the first half of 2000 as investors hedged their bets following integration disappointments in the second half of 1999. However, after becoming disenchanted with the performance of dot-com stocks in the first half of this year, investors appear to be interested in redeploying their funds back into the grocery sector during the second half, securities analysts told SN. According to the SN Composite Index of 40 food-company stocks -- including retailers, ...

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