MINNEAPOLIS — Craig Herkert, the president and chief executive officer of Supervalu here, said last week he envisions the company becoming “America's neighborhood grocer” — one that pursues a customer-centric focus and views itself as a single, integrated entity rather than a series of individual banners. In a conference call to discuss second-quarter financial results — in which sales and profits fell sharply — Herkert outlined his vision for Supervalu for the first time since taking over ...

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