MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here and drug store chain Rite Aid said Tuesday they have entered an agreement for Rite Aid to convert 10 of its stores in the Greenville, S.C., market to a co-branded format with the Save-A-Lot limited-assortment banner. The stores will continue to be owned and operated by Camp Hill, Pa.-based Rite Aid, and will include Rite Aid’s pharmacy and HBC offerings in addition to dry grocery, produce and meats from Save-A-Lot. The remodels are expected to be completed by ...

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