MINNEAPOLIS — In a move that some see as the start of Supervalu's retail transformation, Shaw's Supermarkets is checking out of the Nutmeg State. The company said it would pull all 18 stores out of Connecticut this spring, selling 11 locations to members of Wakefern Food cooperative; another five stores to Stop & Shop; and seeking buyers for its remaining two locations. Terms of the sales, which are expected to be finalized in late March, were not released. “While these decisions are ...

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