MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu  here has settled a lawsuit against in which the company had alleged that Bergmann violated a non-compete agreement by accepting a position at Unified Grocers, Los Angeles.
Terms of the settlement were sealed, according to court documents.
As previously reported , Bergmann, who left Supervalu in October, was hired by Unified as senior vice president of sales. He had been president of independent business at Supervalu.
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Supervalu sued in early December, saying Bergmann had a 12-month non-compete agreement, and sought a temporary restraining order to prevent him from working for Unified. Supervalu had also accused Unified of intentionally interfering with Bergmann’s employment agreements.
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