MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu said Wednesday it is selling 107 of its 134 fuel centers to four separate buyers. Supervalu said the sales will allow it to monetize non-core assets, creating capital the company can use to further strengthen its business. The transactions, expected to close in the fall, include partnership opportunities that will enable Supervalu to continue to have the ability to offer fuel rewards programs at existing fuel centers and through an expanded network of fuel centers. ...
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