CHICAGO — IGA here said it opened its first store over the weekend in Guam — a 25,000-square-foot supermarket re-named Island Fresh IGA. The store, located in Chalan Pago and formerly called Hita Supermarket, has been owned since late 2007 by the Cost-U-Less division of The North West Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba, which invested $3 million to upgrade the facility. It will be supplied by the Tacoma, Wash., division of Supervalu, Minneapolis. Thomas Haggai, chairman, president and chief executive ...

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