COLTON, Calif. — Stater Bros. Holdings here, parent company of Stater Bros. Markets, said it sold approximately $285 million of new senior notes last week in a private offering — $10 million more than it had initially anticipated, company officials said. Jack Brown, chairman and chief executive officer, said the offering sold out in less than an hour, “and because of the heavy demand, we took another $10 million” on top of the $275 million in notes that had originally been offered. The new ...

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