OKLAHOMA CITY — A group of employees has acquired the corporate supermarkets that had been operated by Associated Wholesale Grocers of Kansas City, Kan., the companies said Wednesday. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. It was executed effective Dec. 27 through the formation of a new company that will convert to an employee stock ownership plan, or ESOP. The new company, Oklahoma City-based Homeland Acquisition Corp., now includes 76 retail locations operating under the ...

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