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Winn-Dixie sells reloadable prepaid cards

BY Jenna Duncan

TAMPA, Fla. Winn-Dixie has announced that working with the prepaid card company nFinanSe, the Winn-Dixie nFinanse Network reloadable prepaid card now is available in all Winn-Dixie grocery stores.

A reloadable card may be purchased for $5.95. Customers can then add more money to the card account at their choosing without the requirement of a credit check or bank account. Customer service is available free of charge, however, there is a $2.95 monthly maintenance fee due for card holders.

“We are very pleased to offer this dynamic new financial product to our customers,” Winn-Dixie’s director of communications, Robin Miller, said. “The nFinanSe Discover Network program provides shoppers with value and convenience by allowing them to reload their cards every time they visit their neighborhood Winn-Dixie, and to use them wherever Discover Network is accepted. This is just one more way for us to continue earning trust and loyalty in the communities we serve.”

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InBev finalizes purchase of Anheuser-Busch

BY Jenna Duncan

LEUVEN, Belgium InBev announced today that it has finalizes its acquisition of U.S. brewer Anheuser-Busch Cos.

The maker of Beck’s beer announced that the new company will be called Anheuser-Busch InBev and will trade under a new symbol starting Nov. 20. The buyout deal was worth $52 billion total, or $70 per share.

The newly combined company will produce about one-quarter of the beer consumed in the world and will generate about $36 billion annually, the companies said.

InBev also has recently reached an agreement with regulators to sell holdings of the Labatt USA beer business and licenses.

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Kroger opens another ‘fresh fare’ store in Ohio

BY Jenna Duncan

CINCINNATI Kroger has opened its third fresh fare market in its home state, the company announced Tuesday.

The format of the fresh fare markets is designed to be more like a country grocery store than a traditional supermarket, with wider aisles and more gourmet options, reports said. The fresh fare stores also stocks many more options for ready-to-eat home meals, an expanded selection of organic produce, hearth-style pizzas and a build-it-yourself burrito bar.

Kroger’s fresh fare markets also carry less general merchandise items, such as home and yard furniture.

Kroger said that outside of Ohio it currently operates about 80 fresh fare markets, mostly on the West Coast, which operate under the Ralph’s umbrella.

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