ST. LOUIS — Less than a year into Santiago Roces’ tenure as president and chief executive officer of Save-A-Lot, the limited-assortment banner that was a focal point of Supervalu’s growth strategy for the past few years is at a crossroads. Save-A-Lot has been driven by its Minneapolis-based parent company to achieve aggressive growth targets, but the company has since tempered those goals to divert more resources toward its conventional stores. And while recent reports ...
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