The Yorkshire-based grocer bought the online baby products retailer in 2011 for £70m as part of its bid to build its online presence.
However, the company announced in March that it had taken a £163m writedown on the loss-making business and put up it for sale.
The supermarket said it would retain the liabilities relating to ten Kiddicare store leases.
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