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About Cub Pharmacy:
Cub Foods was founded by Minnesota-based Hooleys Supermarkets in 1968 in the riverside city of Stillwater by brothers, Charles and Jack Hooley, brother-in-law Robert Thueson, and Culver Davis jr. The name “CUB” originally stood for Consumers United for Buying, and Cub Foods was one of the first total discount food stores in the United States. The chain was bought by Minnesota-based SuperValu in 1980 with five stores in the Twin Cities. After the purchase, the chain expanded to 83 stores, in three states. Until 1999, WinCo Foods operated several Cub Foods stores. Cub Foods also operated eight stores in Colorado until 2003 when they sold most of their stores to Kroger. The chain also had locations operated by Delhaize Group in parts of the Southern United States, namely in the Atlanta and Nashville areas in the 1980s and 90s.
Cub Foods operated four stores in Columbus, Ohio: 3600 Soldano Boulevard (W. Broad & Wilson Road), Consumer Square East (Brice Rd. and Tussing), 2757 Festival Lane (Sawmill & SR 161), and Columbus Square (SR 161 and Forest Hills Boulevard). On May 23, 1997, all four stores and its employees were acquired by Kroger. The Kroger at Columbus Square closed in July 2011.
Cub Foods also had a joint venture with a local grocer Mike Lofino in the Dayton, Ohio, market, which operated four stores under the Cub Foods banner. SuperValu sold off its share of the venture in 1995, although three stores continued to use the Cub Foods name for well over a decade under a franchise agreement with Mike Lofino and SuperValu. In 2007 the Huber Heights, Ohio location closed and on September 30, 2012 Lofino closed the Centerville, Ohio and Miami Twp. Locations. The Trotwood, Ohio location closed in 2013. Lofino still owns several Save-A-Lots around the country and Lofino's Marketplace in Beavercreek which is supplied through SuperValu. Lofino's is scheduled to close in 2015.
Cub Foods is credited with many innovations, such as the first grocery check out conveyor belt system.
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