Three years of comp-store sales declines in Supervalu's retail division have taken their toll on the company's market share. On the following pages, SN details up-to-date grocery sales market-share positions in a representative sample of 10 markets relative to a year ago, based on data provided exclusively to SN by Tucson, Ariz.-based Metro Market Studies. The data show that Supervalu is nearly almost always the biggest loser in each market, with rare exceptions. This month, in a ...

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