MILWAUKEE — Roundy's Supermarkets here would be an attractive acquisition candidate if it is indeed for sale, industry observers told SN last week. Amid widespread reports that Willis Stein & Partners, the Chicago-based investment firm that acquired Roundy's in 2002, is looking to cash out its holdings, observers said the chain should garner interest from both retailers and private-equity groups. From a retailer's perspective, Roundy's has strong positions in two major Midwest markets ...

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