MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu last week said it would exit the Cincinnati retail market, selling six Bigg's stores to local rival Remke Markets and closing its remaining five Bigg's locations. The announcement spells the likely end for Bigg's, a supercenter pioneer when founded in the 1980s. More recently, Supervalu had crafted Bigg's around its “premium fresh and healthy” food offering, but decided to sell the brand as part of its ongoing transformation under Craig Herkert, its new chief ...

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