FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Rogers Markets here has sold nine of its 13 stores to Supervalu, its Minneapolis-based wholesaler, as part of a downsizing effort. Supervalu subsequently has converted two of the nine stores to units of Scott's Foods, a corporate chain here, and is maintaining the other seven under the Rogers name while seeking operators for those units, William Rogers, president of Rogers Markets, told SN. All the stores sold are in the 28,000- to 35,000-square-foot range. Of the four ...

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