OKLAHOMA CITY — Homeland Stores here has been sold to its employees by Associated Wholesale Grocers, the Kansas City, Kan.-based wholesaler that has owned the retail chain since 2002. The sale encompasses 76 stores, including 47 Homelands in Oklahoma and one in Kansas; 21 United Supermarkets in Oklahoma; three Country Marts in Oklahoma; and four Super Save Markets in north-central Texas, which combine for estimated sales of $532 million. A spokesman told SN the company will take ...
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