EDINA, Minn. -- Consumers in the Twin Cities are getting the best of two worlds under two roofs, now that Lunds and Byerly's have a common ownership. It's been two years since Lund Food Holdings, an eight-store upscale operator here, acquired crosstown rival Byerly's, an 11-store upscale operator, also based here, for an estimated $90 million. And while the merged companies are operating as one in virtually all ways, they continue to maintain their separate identities at store level while ...

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