MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here said last week it is on track to deliver within the next 18 months the full measure of synergies from its purchase of Albertsons, despite disappointing identical-store sales during its recently ended fiscal second quarter. Analysts said they believe the company is on the right track. IDs for the 13-week quarter, which ended Sept. 8, increased 0.5% — below the company's guidance of 1% to 2% — “but we remain on track [to deliver synergies of $150 million to $175 ...

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