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Independent grocery chains may be eyeing 10 Dominick's

A former Dominick's Food and Drug store, now shuttered. | File Photo
A former Dominick's Food and Drug store, now shuttered. | File Photo

As many as 10 of the remaining 55 Dominick's in the Chicago area not being acquired by Mariano's may be being looked at by an independent grocery chain, according to Crain's Chicago Business

Independent grocery chains affiliated with the Centrella cooperative are in negotiations to buy as many as 10 Dominick's stores, sources familiar with the talks said.

Grocers affiliated with Centrella, the brand name used by Joliet-based Central Grocers Inc., are looking to purchase stores as a group in both the city and suburbs, sources said. It's unclear which Dominick's locations Centrella would buy on behalf of its member firms.

[Read more on Crain's Chicago Business]

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