BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Supercenters are outdoing Wal-Mart's broader business on both the food and nonfood sides, the company said last week. Wal-Mart Stores here said food sales at supercenters rose 36% during the third quarter ended Oct. 31 -- outpacing the company's overall sales growth of 21% for the quarter. The company also said the growth in general-merchandise sales at supercenters exceeded the rate of growth in general-merchandise categories in its Wal-Mart discount stores, although ...

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