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The grocery store chain was required to sell 23 stores as part of an agreement with the Competition Bureau in connection with its purchase of Canada Safeway last year. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
The grocery store chain was required to sell 23 stores as part of an agreement with the Competition Bureau in connection with its purchase of Canada Safeway last year. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Grocery chain Sobeys to sell 30 stores in Western Canada Add to ...

Sobeys Inc. has signed deals to sell 30 stores in Western Canada for a total of roughly $430-million.

The grocery store chain was required to sell 23 stores as part of an agreement with the Competition Bureau in connection with its purchase of Canada Safeway last year.

Sobeys says Overwaitea Food Group has agreed to buy 15 locations, while Federated Co-operatives Ltd. has agreed to buy 14 stores.

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The company has also signed a deal to sell its Price Chopper location in Winnipeg to another, unidentified buyer.

Sobeys said Overwaitea and the Co-op chain have received approval from the Competition Bureau and that it anticipates the deals will close in March or early April.

The sale of the Winnipeg Price Chopper store is subject to finalization of an agreement and approval from the Competition Bureau.

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