CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. here said last week it agreed to divest three stores to win approval from the Federal Trade Commission for its acquisition of The Groub Company, Seymour, Ind. d. All three have been sold to Roundy's, Pewaukee, Wisc., which will operate them as corporate stores: the two conventional stores under the Village Market banner and the warehouse store under the Pick 'N Save name. Mike Schmitt, vice president, sales and development for Roundy's, said the stores are the ...

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