SAN FRANCISCO — Five DeLano IGA Markets in the Bay Area are expected to close before the end of the year and revert back to Kroger Co., which owns the properties, Harley DeLano, co-owner of DeLano Retail Partners here, told SN last week. DeLano acquired the Northern California stores — which formerly operated under the banners of Cala Foods and Bell Markets — from Ralphs Grocery Co., a division of Cincinnati-based Kroger, in late 2006. The stores became part of IGA in 2007. DeLano said the ...

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