MINNEAPOLIS — The decision by Supervalu here to slow the growth of Save-A-Lot stores temporarily and to allocate the money to remodel an increased number of conventional units is a welcome move, industry analysts told SN last week. Supervalu said earlier this month it would spend between $700 million and $725 million to open between 80 and 90 Save-A-Lots during the fiscal year ending in late February — rather than the 160 it originally projected — while boosting the ...

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