INGLES MARKETS, Black Mountain, N.C., closed last week on its acquisition of two shopping centers (including two supermarkets) and 11 leased supermarket facilities in central and northern Georgia from Bruno's, Birmingham, Ala. Ingles said it has leased one site to another company and is still deciding what to do with the other locations. Ingles operates 201 supermarkets, including 79 in Georgia. re certain assets of two Fairbanks, Alaska-based independent food retailers -- Market Basket ...

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