HICAGO - Cub Foods here last week said it had reached agreements to sell all of its 22 remaining stores in the Chicagoland area. Central Grocers, the Franklin Park, Ill.-based cooperative wholesaler, said it would acquire 14 of the stores, subsequently dealing seven to co-op member Strack & Van Til and at least four to Garden Fresh Markets, another cooperative member, based in Wheeling, Ill. Central would operate the remaining stores and/or distribute them among other member ...

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