BOISE, Idaho — Supervalu is seeking the return of millions of dollars it said it was duped into sending to accounts in Florida and Arkansas to entities that represented themselves as suppliers. In court documents filed in U.S. District Court here that were recently unsealed, the Minneapolis-based wholesaler, which last year acquired most of the Albertsons chain, which was based here, said it paid more than $6.5 million to a phony American Greetings account and nearly $3.6 million to a phony ...

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