The Eden Prairie-based supermarket operator says Java Delight will go on sale in September at its 1,100 retail stores, including Cub Foods in the Twin Cities metro. The single-serve coffee pods will be compatible with Keurig and other leading brewing systems.
St. Louis County set to declare state of emergency ahead of peak flood levels
Volunteers are urgently needed for sandbagging efforts in a small community near Voyageurs National Park.
Brothers Bar & Grill closes in downtown Minneapolis
The Midwest chain closed its St. Cloud location in 2018.
Licensed physician Ken Jeong to do standup in MN this September
The licensed physician will take the stage at Treasure Island Resort and Casino on Sept. 30.
Osseo PD says officer did not pursue suspect who caused fatal crash
The crash happened in Brooklyn Park early Sunday morning.
Suspect arrested after 3 family members stabbed in Albert Lea
The three victims are related, according to police.
50,000 gallons of toilet wastewater leaks into Twin Cities lake
You may want to avoid this body of water.
Evidence that omicron strains BA.4 and BA.5 are in Minnesota
The European CDC has warned of a possible significant summer surge fueled by the omicron subvariants.
Hastings man charged for driving drunk with 2-year-old in vehicle
Matthew Quade's BAC was almost five times over the legal limit when police pulled him over last week.
Arrest made after person shot at Hopkins apartment building
Police say this was an isolated incident and that the victim and suspect knew each other.
BA.2.12.1 omicron subvariant quickly becoming dominant in MN
Experts say the subvariant is more transmissible but there is not evidence to suggest it causes more severe disease.
Teen paddle boarders rescued after 'abrupt wind change' on Lake Superior
The rescue happened off Park Point Beach Saturday.
Supervalu eliminating up to 2,500 positions in California, Nevada
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu said it will reduce its workforce by cutting supermarket-level jobs at its Albertson's stores in California and Nevada. Albertsons is the largest retail subsidiary of the Supervalu, with 247 stores in the western United States. Supervalu owns a dozen supermarket chains, including Cub Foods in the Twin Cities.
Supervalu posts another grim quarter, hints at potential buyers
Supervalu Inc., owner of Cub Foods and other prominent chains, has posted a loss of $111 million in its fiscal second quarter, compared to a profit of $60 million a year earlier, the Star Tribune reports. The struggling Eden Prairie-based supermarket chain also reported its same-store sales fell 4.3 percent from the same period a year ago.
Supervalu fires CEO, names replacement
Supervalu has pushed out CEO Craig Herkert from the struggling Eden Prairie-based supermarket chain, the Associated Press reports. Chairman Wayne Sales will take on the roles of president and chief executive officer as Supervalu explores a possible sale of its operations following disappointing quarterly results.
Supervalu offers top execs retention pay, options
The struggling Eden Prairie-based supermarket chain is trying to "retain and motivate key employees." Earlier this month, Supervalu suspended its dividend and is considering a sale of its operations. A regulatory filing shows CEO Craig Herkert, CFO Sherry Smith, executive vice president Janel Haugarth and EVP Andrew Herring were awarded non-qualified stock options and retention agreements as long as they stay with the company through 2014.
Supervalu to sell Midwest distribution center in Wisconsin
Eden Prairie-based Supervalu Inc. has inked a deal to sell its supermarket distribution center near Kenosha, Wis., to Meijer Inc., a Michigan-based retailer and grocer, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Terms of the deal were not released. Supervalu is set to move out of the 580,000-square-foot facility by 2013.
Supervalu-owned stores to discontinue sale of "pink slime" ground beef
The Eden Prairie-based grocery giant has decided its stores, including Cub Foods, will no longer carry meat made from trimmings treated with ammonia. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has deemed the finely textured beef safe to eat.
Supervalu to open books for potential buyers
The troubled Eden Prairie-based grocery-store chain is expected to provide prospective buyout firms financial information later this week, the Wall Street Journal reports. Last week, Supervalu hired Goldman Sachs to explore selling either part or all of its supermarket operations after it reported a plunge in quarterly profit.
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