CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. here said Friday it plans to close four of the Scott’s Food & Pharmacy stores in northeastern Indiana that it recently acquired, plus one additional Kroger location in the region. As previously reported, Kroger acquired 18 Scott’s stores from Minneapolis-based Supervalu in April for an undisclosed sum. The stores to be closed include Scott’s locations in Auburn, Columbia City, Rochester and New Haven; the Kroger to be closed is in Fort Wayne, where Scott’s is ...

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