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Realty Firm Eyeing Supervalu’s Jewel: Report

CHICAGO — Klaff Realty, the real estate investor that previously participated in the Albertsons breakup, is considering making a bid for Supervalu’s Jewel-Osco chain, a published report said Monday.

Crain’s Chicago Business, citing local real estate sources, said Klaff could bid for Jewel or other pieces of its parent company, Supervalu. Klaff in 2006 was one of five firms that bought pieces of Albertsons that Supervalu did not purchase. Minneapolis-based Supervalu has since said it was considering strategic alternatives including a sale of all or parts of the company. Klaff was also part of the joint venture that acquired Marsh Supermarkets in 2006.

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