NEW YORK — Only four of the 25 food-retailing stocks tracked by SN showed a decline in 2010, and most were up in double digits for the year, based on trading through mid-day on Dec. 31. Jacksonville, Fla.-based Winn-Dixie Stores fell about 30% for the year, leading all decliners, and was followed by Minneapolis-based Supervalu, which fell about 25% for the year. Both had pricing, margin and same-store sales issues during the year. Other decliners were Los Angeles-based Arden Group, parent ...

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