LOS ANGELES — The imminent shutdown of 19 Albertsons stores in Southern California — and the possible availability of all of Supervalu’s 200-plus California stores — has local retailers considering their options. Among the possibilities, according to local sources: • Independents, including operators of Hispanic-owned stores, could buy some of the locations. • The locations could go to dollar stores or to new licensees of Save-A-Lot, which has a very ...

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