Safeway said Wednesday it expects to pass through most of the inflation it is experiencing during the second quarter after seeing first-quarter income come in “slightly below plan,” partly as a result of not passing along inflation in produce, meat and pharmacy for competitive reasons. Robert Edwards, president and CEO, said Safeway was able to drive first-quarter sales momentum as a result of several ongoing initiatives, adding the chain expects to improve second-half ...

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