SALISBURY, N.C. -- Ralph W. Ketner, former chairman and one of the founders of Food Lion here, is up in arms -- again. which Food Lion is a part -- to voice his concerns on several matters, including the pending $3.35-billion merger with Hannaford Bros. Co., Scarborough, Maine, which he opposes. Ketner aired his opinions in a guest column two weeks ago in the Salisbury (N.C.) Post, in which he called on Delhaize shareholders to write to the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission urging ...
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