Mergers and acquisitions

Retailers

Ethnic Retailer Seabra Foods in Bid for Orlando Lucky's

An affiliate of the Portuguese immigrant-founded chain has made a $1.25M bid on Lucky's Hunter's Creek unit.

Retailers

Co-Founders Bid to Buy Remaining Lucky’s Stores

Bo and Trish Sharon, who founded the chain in 2003, are "passionate and optimistic’" about another go.

The natural foods chain, which struggled amid competition and need for additional investment, said it would look to sell all of its stores under court auctions. Aldi has been identified as a buyer for six units and Publix is seeking to buy five.

The iconic New York retailer says it is at work on a "value-maximizing transaction" that will save stores amid speculation that ShopRite could be a buyer.

Deal enables companies to eye new growth avenues and improved services.

The strategic acquisition of the Toronto-based retail analytics company will deepen the global market research firm’s portfolio of personalized pricing, promotion and assortment capabilities.

The iconic New York grocer finds no takers in sale process.

With 15 new stores planned for Florida, Earth Fare might be an unexpected beneficiary of Kroger quitting Lucky's Market.

Food retailing got little more sophisticated—and a lot more personal.

Best Buy Market, with three locations in California, has been sold to SaveCo, which operates 16 State Foods Supermarkets in the Central Valley of California.

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