The board of directors of Demoulas Super Markets on Friday was fielding several offers to buy the company, the Boston Globe reported Friday. The chain has engaged J.P. Morgan to help it evaluate strategic alternatives according to the report, which was based on anonymous sources. The report said bids from “supermarket rivals and other investors” valued the 71-store chain between $2.8 billion and $3.3 billion. Those bids evidently were made before this week’s offer from ...
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