SALISBURY, N.C. -- Food Lion here said its Kash n' Karry operations improved significantly in the fourth quarter of 1997. egration into Food Lion resulted in a fourth-quarter loss of less than 1 cent per share. "We have seen great improvement in the Kash n' Karry operation during the fourth quarter, not only in sales momentum, but also in gross profits and expense control," said Tom Smith, president and chief executive officer of Food Lion. "I am confident that Kash n' Karry will ...

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