Caputo & Sons scoops up 4 Dominick’s sites

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Caputo & Sons Fruit Market, which operates three suburban grocery stores, is taking over four former Dominick’s sites, in Northbrook, Arlington Heights, Des Plaines and Elk Grove Village.

The Northbrook and Arlington Heights stores are scheduled to open by early April, with the Elk Grove Village location opening shortly thereafter, according to a spokeswoman. The Des Plaines store will be up and running by the end of the year, she said.

Dominick’s parent company announced in October that it would close all 72 stores by Dec. 28.

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