MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here said Tuesday it expects to continue to report negative same-store sales through next February, when its fiscal year ends, with comps projected to be between -1% and -2%. It also estimated a sales decline for the year of about 1% — to a range of $35 billion to $35.5 billion — pending the loss of approximately $500 million in volume from the sale of the majority of its fuel centers. For the fourth quarter, which ended Feb. 25, Supervalu ...

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