GREENVILLE, S.C. — Bi-Lo, the supermarket chain that recently emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, is again up for sale and has drawn interest from competitors Kroger and Publix, a source with knowledge of the situation told SN Tuesday. A spokeswoman for Publix, Lakeland, Fla., on Tuesday told SN that the company was not actively engaged in the purchase of Bi-Lo. A Kroger spokesperson was not immediately available for comment. Bi-Lo is owned by Lone Star Funds, a Dallas-based ...

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