When most supermarkets chased the suburbs, leaving Black Americans behind, Cub Foods, a Minnesota hometown grocer for over 50 years, stayed. And now, Cub Foods plans to rebuild both stores that were damaged during the protests. As CEO Mike Stigers said, “Cub is actively involved in our communities and it is our responsibility to roll up our sleeves and find solutions to help meet the needs of our neighbors, family and friends while our Broadway and Lake Street stores are under construction.” In the meantime, Cub will set up temporary, 13,000-square-foot community stores that will carry staples including fresh produce, meat, and dairy, serve pharmacy customer needs, provide free bus service to other Cub supermarkets in the area, and offer on-line grocery service. Rebuilding will rely on community input sessions where local residents share ideas for the new stores. Over a third of Cub’s 79 stores are franchised or minority-owned.