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    Cub Foods Helps Shoppers Stretch Their Valentine's Day Celebration Bucks

    The grocer is offering sweet deals on V-Day favorites.

    In seeking to help shoppers splurge on their sweeties without breaking the bank on Valentine's Day, Cub Foods is reminding them that it has everything they need -- "from a floral bouquet that is sure to impress [to] a steak and seafood dinner you can prepare at home that will rival local steakhouse fare."

    Among its Valentine's Day floral items, Cub is offering one dozen floral-shop quality roses for just $19.68 and two tulip bunches -- the latter being the second best-selling flower on Feb. 14 -- for just $9, among other items.

    The Stillwater, Minn.-based Supervalu subsidiary is also promoting a Surf & Turf dinner for two under $50 that features Rancher's Preferred Black Angus New York Strip Steak and a fresh lobster tail, Atlantic salmon or shrimp, fresh veggies and bakery bread, and a Culinary Circle frozen dessert.

    As in years past, Cub stores will also feature a "Lover's Lane" -- a fully decorated checkout aisle devoted exclusively to Valentine's Day items such as flowers, cards, plush toys, candy and balloons.

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