Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Super 88 Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

A Boston-area chain of Asian supermarkets that closed three of its stores last year has filed for bankruptcy. According to the Boston Business Journal, Super 88 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday after a deal to sell the supermarkets hit a roadblock.

Super 88, which started out in 1978 and had six stores at one point, shut down locations in Chinatown, the South End, and Quincy in 2008 but kept its three remaining locations in Malden, Allston, and South Bay in Dorchester. The Allston location has a food court with several Asian restaurants, including places that feature Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese, and Korean cuisine.

To read more about Super 88's bankruptcy filing, please go to the Boston Business Journal link below:

Super 88 market chain files for bankruptcy

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