MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu is addressing the national food desert issue through three of its 11 banners, said Mark Lavin, vice president, real estate & store development yesterday at the Food Marketing Institute's Energy & Store Development Conference here. "If you look at Save-A-Lot, Supervalu has built stores in food deserts in Philadelphia and Cleveland," said Lavin, who participated in a panel discussion on store development with four other Supervalu executives. Other Supervalu ...

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