MINNEAPOLIS -- Spurred by gains in its retail food division, Supervalu here said last week sales and earnings rose for the year and fourth quarter ended Feb. 22. retail stores and $60 million for corporate expenditures. An additional $150 million is planned to support store development and financing for independent retailers. Capital projects will include 33 new corporate retail stores, including three Cub Foods stores and 30 Save-A-Lot units, plus remodels; construction of a Midwest ...

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