Ahold-Delhaize began trading as a combined entity on Monday, July 25, a few days after the Federal Trade Commission issued a consent order allowing for the completion of the merger, subject to the sale of 81 stores due to antitrust concerns.

According to the company, agreements have been made to sell all 81 stores, plus an additional five stores that were included as part of negotiations with buyers in order to reach a package deal. Buyers include Weis Markets (38 Food Lion stores in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia), Supervalu (22 Food Lion stores in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia), and Publix (10 Martin’s stores in Richmond, Virginia), among others.

The FTC said the agreement is subject to public comment until August 22, after which the commission will decide whether to make the proposed consent order final.