UNION CITY, Tenn. -- E.W. James & Sons here said it has acquired 10 former Winn-Dixie supermarkets in Kentucky and has begun converting them to the E.W. James & Sons banner. Terms of the acquisition, which was negotiated on behalf of E.W. James by its wholesaler, Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan., were not disclosed. Lee Ann James, president of E.W. James and the granddaughter of the privately owned company's founder, said the company expects to have all of the stores ...

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