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July 08, 2015 2:46 AM ET

Food and Staples Retailing

Company Overview of Star Markets Company, Inc.

Company Overview

Star Markets Company, Inc. operates a chain of grocery stores in Massachusetts. Its grocery stores offer beers, flowers, bakery products, fresh seafood, fresh sushi products, health and beauty products, hot foods, la carte products, liquors, salads, wild harvest products, wines, and other products. The company also operates pharmacies that provide prescription refill services, immunizations, diabetes care solutions, health screenings, workers’ comp solutions, medication indexes, pet medications, and other solutions. It allows customers to order products online. The company was founded in 1915 and is based in Boise, Idaho. Star Markets Company, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of New Albertson's...

250 Parkcenter Boulevard

Boise, ID 83706

United States

Founded in 1915

10,000 Employees

Phone:

208-395-6200

Key Executives for Star Markets Company, Inc.

President
Senior Vice President of Finance
Age: 55
Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations
Vice President of Retail Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Star Markets Company, Inc. Key Developments

Star Market Sued for Unpaid Rent

In a complaint filed, landlord Winkie Dinkie Limited Partnership is asking a Madison County court to require Star Market to vacate its Madison store and pay more than $123,000 in unpaid rent. The lawsuit contends that Star Market, which purchased the assets of the original tenant Winn-Dixie, is responsible for a monthly rental payment of more than $30,000 for the 7950 U.S. 72 West property, which an employee said is open for now. Despite attempts to collect the payments, Winkie Dinkie alleges that Star Market has a past due amount of $123,333.33 under the terms of the lease agreement for July through October. The grocery store is legally responsible for the monthly payments for the remainder of its lease term, which ends in January. The lawsuit also states Star Market’s possession of the property is at end due to its default under the terms of the lease agreement for the failure to make rental payments as and when due and payable. Defendant, Star Market Inc. fails and refuses to vacate the premises after lawful demand, the filing said. As a result, its right to lawful possession has been terminated.

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