No publicly traded companies in the food retailing business are looking forward to any more tumult than the stock market has already seen this year, but as fears of a downturn grow, the ride could become especially rough for so-called small caps. While certain small-company stocks through last week were doing better than they were in the same period a year ago, the ride has been volatile, and some companies have experienced drops that haven't necessarily been tied to their own performance. ...

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