MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here last week made the first move in its program to restructure corporate retail operations. The company said it will close two Twin Valu supercenters and convert 11 Laneco stores to a different format. The company also said it will close seven other nongrocery units. The 11 Laneco food and discount general merchandise stores in Pennyslvania and New Jersey will be converted to a combination store format with less emphasis on soft lines and other nonfood ...

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