DALLAS -- Fleming here said last week it will convert at least 15 conventional stores to value-pricing formats next year while continuing to seek buyers for most of its conventional locations -- a strategy complicated by integration activities among potential retail buyers and the prices the distributor is seeking. Fleming said in April it was developing a strategic plan that could result in the sale of its 161 conventional stores; it said in a subsequent filing with the Securities and ...

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