SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. Holdings here, corporate parent of Stater Bros. Markets, said Tuesday it has completed its private offering of $255 million worth of 7 3/8% senior notes, due in 2018, as part of a plan to refinance some of its existing debt at a lower rate. The company said earlier this month it would issue the bonds and use the capital, along with $132 million in cash and a $145 million loan, to repay about $525 million in bonds with an 8.125% rate due in 2012. The ...

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