MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here and the landlord of one of its Cub Food Stores in St. Paul, Minn., have filed a complaint charging that a Wal-Mart in the same shopping center as the Cub is violating its lease by selling too many food products. According to the complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Ramsey County, Wal-Mart’s lease allows it to sell packaged food items in no more than 7,500 gross square feet, including aisles, or no more than 10% of lineal feet of shelving; it also ...

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