JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores here said it had received bids totaling $38.7 million for 79 of the 326 stores it has slated for disposal. It also said it would seek to shutter the rest of the properties and market them for other uses. Supervalu, the Minneapolis-based wholesaler, has bid $9.5 million for 37 of the Winn-Dixie stores on behalf of its customers in the region. The stores it is seeking to buy include 27 of the 40 SaveRite supermarkets in the Atlanta market. C&S ...

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