MINNEAPOLIS — For Supervalu, it should become clear by the fall whether the new management team is getting the company moving in a more positive direction, industry observers told SN. “The new management has no baggage,” Neil Stern, senior partner at McMillanDoolittle, Chicago, said, “which gives it the ability to make a fresh start with a new focus. “Going forward, Supervalu should be a healthier business. Within a quarter or two, after it’s ...

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