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SUPER VALU STORES REPORTS POTENTIAL TURKEY SPOILAGE PROBLEM

 SUPER VALU STORES REPORTS POTENTIAL TURKEY SPOILAGE PROBLEM
 MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Valu Stores, Inc. (NYSE: SVU) in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has identified a potential spoilage problem involving Flav-o-rite Self- Basting 10-12 pound Frozen Young Turkeys sold by its J.M. Jones wholesale distributor, Champaign, Ill.
 As a result, Super Valu and J.M. Jones are requesting that consumers who have recently purchased one of these turkeys return it to their local J.M. Jones-supplied supermarket for a replacement turkey or a full refund.
 The J.M. Jones distribution center of Super Valu serves some 190 retail food stores in Illinois, Indiana, Paducah, Ky., and Keokuk, Iowa.
 The company said that the potential problem is isolated, and does not involve any other Flav-o-rite turkey product in any other size.
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 /CONTACT: Rita Simmer of Super Valu Stores, 612-828-4429/
 (SVU) CO: Super Valu Stores, Inc. ST: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky IN: REA SU:


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