IN A MARKET WHERE Supervalu has lost some of its distribution business in recent years, its Albertsons chain also seems to be losing market share. The chain's market share fell to 8.7%, compared with 9.5% a year earlier, according to the latest data from Metro Market Studies, Tucson, Ariz. “Those stores had a branding problem when they were part of the original Albertsons chain, and Supervalu hasn't done anything to establish a strong brand image for those stores in any fashion,” said Bert ...
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