Wow, this is one of the most rambling, poorly written articles ever. A bunch of corporate gibberish speak that is backed up by nothing. I guess any moron can blog on SA. Just look at these last two nonsense paragraphs... "It looks fantastic that Supervalu has a fair price, as well as a successful promotion strategy. This change is suitable for business. I mostly agree with Goldman Sachs (GS) that Supervalu makes a profitable choice. It is gratifying to see that Supervalu moves even stronger to lower costs and react to rival actions. The corporation is working hard to meet all of the demands for great quality from lower prices. In my opinion, the company should plan to do that while remaining profitable.
Supervalu should pay ongoing lower debts to reduce liabilities. It would be beneficial if it invests in major cities to keep and enhance all shops, as well as associated assets. Apparently, the company will be going after deeper and more financial savings endeavors. It won't be surprising if the business keeps on making investments in its stores. 40 remodels and the inclusion of 40 Save-A-Lot locations will increase profit in fiscal year 2013. Investing in this stock will not be disappointing."