WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. — Supervalu said it would lay off approximately 700 store-level workers at its troubled Shaw’s chain here, saying the move would reduce expenses and allow more efficient deployment of labor. The layoffs, which were finalized on Nov. 3, occurred across the 169 Shaw’s and Star Market locations in New England, Shaw’s said. “A decision of this nature is never easy, but after careful evaluation, it is unfortunately the necessary step for ...

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