MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said recent acquisitions and the expansion of its corporate retail business contributed to a 2% sales increase in the second quarter ended Sept. 10. to "transform" operations negatively affected earnings comparisons. Supervalu's corporate retail sales rose 9.2% in the quarter to $904.1 million. The addition of 30 Texas T limited assortment stores contributed to the increase. Corporate same-store sales declined approximately 1%. On the wholesale side, sales ...

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