NEW YORK — Supervalu’s new CEO last week said he was “shocked” at the poor conditions of perishable departments among the retailer’s corporate stores and wholesale customers, and that improving them would be a cornerstone of his plan to reverse the company’s fortunes. Sam Duncan said his initial investigation into Supervalu revealed that some of Supervalu’s wholesale customers and licensees were not even buying meat or produce from the company ...
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