BOISE, Idaho — Albertsons LLC said last week it plans to close nine stores in Colorado and Florida in the coming months, as well as a distribution center in Colorado. The stores “had not been profitable for some time,” the company, which is separate from the Albertsons chain owned by Minneapolis-based Supervalu, told SN. The five Colorado locations — all in the Denver area — are located in Denver, Greenwood Village, Longmont, Arvada and Lafayette. In addition, the company said it would ...

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