ATLANTA -- Harry's Farmers Markets here reported a net loss of $1.47 million in the second quarter, which was partially attributable to a writedown on a Nashville, Tenn., property. The company reported progress in attempts to improve gross margins and reduce operating expenses. The loss in the 13-week period ended Aug. 3 was partly tied to a $505,000 writedown of a property in Nashville. The company continues to explore all options for the property, including a sale and leaseback of a ...
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