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Super 88 grocers being sold

N.Y. chain set to take over market as founder invests in Vietnam venture

Sign announcing the arrival of New York’s Hong Kong Supermarkets appears in the window of the Super 88 in Dorchester. Sign announcing the arrival of New York’s Hong Kong Supermarkets appears in the window of the Super 88 in Dorchester. (Photos By Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / August 27, 2009

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Super 88, Boston’s homegrown Asian supermarket chain, is being sold to a New York company, Hong Kong Supermarkets Inc., ending months of speculation about the future of the firm. (Full article: 939 words)

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