NEW YORK — Some supermarket operators are well positioned to retain their share of consumer spending as gas prices increase, food retailing executives said in presentations here last week. “This summer, I think gas prices are likely to be problematic, which spells opportunity because we have over 1,000 supermarket facilities with gas,” said David Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer, Kroger Co., speaking at the Barclays Capital Retail & Restaurant Conference. “We also tie our ...

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