TAMPA, Fla. -- Creditors of Kash n' Karry Food Stores here are moving ahead with an effort to evaluate the company's proposed recapitalization plan amid indications that many are unhappy with the terms of the proposal. Some bondholder creditors said they believe Leonard Green & Partners, a Los Angeles investment group that controls Kash n' Karry, did not make a good-faith effort to find a buyer for the company and they felt Green should invest more money into the chain if it cannot be ...

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