NEW YORK — On Wall Street — and Main Street — food retailers generally fared better than other retailers in 2008, but now it's a whole new year. So far in 2009, some of the industry's better performers from last year — Kroger, Wal-Mart and BJ's Wholesale among them — have seen their shares take a turn for the worse. And some of the food retailers whose stocks performed poorly last year have only seen the trend intensify. A report last week from Deborah Weinswig, an analyst at Citigroup ...
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