ANALYSTS AND OBSERVERS give Stop & Shop and Giant-Landover a lot of credit for the work they've done to reverse the sales slippage they started to experience a few years ago. The gains have come amid increasing competition in those markets from some savvy retailers — although analysts also attribute some of the recent strong performance at Stop & Shop to the weakness at Supervalu's Shaw's banner in New England. “Probably the one big advantage for Stop & Shop is that Shaw's is ...

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