BOISE, Idaho - Albertsons LLC, the portion of the locally based company sold to a group of investors headed by Cerberus Capital Management, New York, said last week it plans to close 25 of its 27 Super Saver stores by early August. They join 100 Albertsons-banner stores that were put up for sale a week earlier. The Super Saver closings will affect 11 stores in Texas, 11 in Florida and three in Louisiana. The other two Super Savers, in Utah, are being transferred to the LLC division, ...

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