Call it Extreme Makeover, Grocery Edition. On Sunday, four former Dominick’s stores will close and reopen Thursday as Jewel-Osco locations. It’s part of a plan in which the 114-year-old Chicago grocery chain intends to cement its position in a changing and fragmenting retail scene. The stores were purchased as the result of Safeway’s withdrawal from the Chicago market and putting all 72 of its Dominick’s stores on the block. In addition to Jewel-Osco, ...
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