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December 1, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks’ dominant grocery chain is adding its fourth store in Minnesota and developing plans for its fifth store in Grand Forks. Hugo’s recently reached a deal with owners Jeff and Bob Hensel, to take over the 53,000-square-foot store in the community about 50 miles south of Bemidji. Continue Reading
November 30, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
GRAND FORKS Grand Forks’ dominant grocery chain is adding its fourth store in Minnesota and developing plans for its fifth store in Grand Forks. Continue Reading
November 14, 2012 in DL-Online
Hugo’s Family Marketplace, a Grand Forks-based grocer, said Tuesday that it has purchased J&B Foods in Park Rapids, Minn. This will bring the number of stores in the Hugo’s chain to 10. Continue Reading
May 27, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
A helium shortage has made it more expensive to provide balloons for high school graduation parties. The floral director at Hugo’s grocery store at Grand Forks said there’s been a shortage since Valentine’s Day. Continue Reading
November 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald
Nash Finch company officials announced today it has bought Wally’s Supermarket in Devils Lake, where Fred Nash opened his first confectionery store in 1885. Meanwhile, the Grand Forks-based owner of Hugo’s Family Marketplace supermarkets — supplied by Nash Finch — is purchasing the Wally’s in Grafton, N.D. Continue Reading
June 9, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald
Official: No definitive plans yet for future storeThe two adjoining parcels of undeveloped land are just east of South Washington Street and south of 47th Avenue South. Doug Driscoll, director of operations for Grand Forks-based Hugo’s, said the company’s plans for the land and when the future grocery store will be built will depend upon how fast the population grows in the area. Continue Reading
March 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald
Rising price of oil and commodities expected to lead to higher food pricesFood prices are on the rise, but the worst of it hasn’t hit local supermarket aisles and restaurant menus quite yet.