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Which Rainbow store is becoming what

  • May 7, 2014 - 8:44 PM

New owners and some new names

Roundy’s Inc. is selling its 27 Rainbow Foods locations in the Twin Cities and exiting the market. It has found a buyer — Supervalu Inc. and a consortium of other local companies — for 18 of the locations.

Of the stores being purchased by Supervalu, 10 will become part of its Cub Foods chain:

Chaska: 200 Pioneer Trail

Eagan: 1276 Town Centre Drive

Lakeville: 17756 Kenwood Trail

Minneapolis (Lagoon): 1104 Lagoon Av.

Minneapolis (Quarry): 1540 New Brighton Road

Oakdale: 7053 N. 10th St.

Plymouth (6th Ave.): 10200 6th Av. N.

Roseville: 1201 Larpenteur Av.

St. Louis Park: 5370 W. 16th St.

St. Paul (Arcade): 892 Arcade St.

Two will become Lund Food Holdings’ Byerly’s stores:

Eden Prairie: 970 Prairie Center Drive

Woodbury: 7040 Valley Creek Plaza

The remaining six will continue to be known as Rainbow stores, though they will no longer be owned by Roundy’s:

Maplewood: 2501 White Bear Av.

Minneapolis (Lake Street): 2919 26th Av. S.

Plymouth: 16705 County Road 24

Richfield: 140 W. 66th St.

St. Paul (Midway): 1566 University Av. W.

West St. Paul: 1660 Robert St. S.

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