Kroger announced last week that it would buy Roundy’s Supermarkets for $800 million. Roundy’s stores are in Wisconsin and Greater Chicago, markets Kroger doesn’t currently have a presence in.

Kroger, already the largest conventional supermarket chain in the U.S., will add 151 stores and 101 pharmacies to its roster. In addition to Roundy’s, the banners Kroger will take over include Pick ‘n Save, Copps, Metro Market and Mariano’s.

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