ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Furr's Supermarkets here said it will switch from Fleming Cos. to self-distribution for grocery products and perishables and launch an aggressive growth plan that includes remodels and new store development. The 68-store chain also announced that there would be no change of ownership. or lease a distribution center and make the switch sometime in the next five to six months. Furr's said it will operate its own distribution center for all perishable and grocery items. ...

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