MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here on Tuesday reported a loss of $202 million for the fiscal third quarter and said it also expected to post a loss for the full year. The third-quarter loss included one-time charges of $252 million after tax for asset impairment, store closures and severance expenses. The company reported net income of $109 million in the year-ago third quarter. Same-store sales fell 4.9% in the quarter, which ended Dec. 4, contributing to an overall retail sales decline of ...

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